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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 



GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine 

DEVOTED TO 
GENEALOGY, HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY. 

Official Obgan of the New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 

The publication of an exact transcript of the Genealogical Records of 
New Hampshire is the special province of the magazine. 



VOL. VI. 

January 1909 — October 1909. 



DOVER, N. H. 
CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publisher. 

1909. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME YI. 

January, 1909 — October, 1909. 

Book Notices 141 

cobbection 47 

Donations 48, 96, 144, 192 

Epping Town Records 6, 92 

Births, Marriages, Deaths, and Intentions of Marriage 6, 92 
First Congregational Church Records, Concord, 

N. H 9, 49, 104, 161 

Organization and Pastors 9 

Marriages by Rev. Timothy Walker 49 

Marriages by Rev. Israel Evans 53, 104 

Marriages by Rev. Asa McFarland, D. D 105, 161 

First Congregational Church Records, Rochester, 

N. H 33, 65, 113, 171 

Marriages by Rev. Joseph Haven, concluded 33 

Marriages by Rev. Thomas C. Upham 33 

Marriages by Rev. Isaac Willey 35 

Marriages by Rev. Francis V. Pike 40 

Baptisms by Rev. Amos Main 65, 113 

Baptisms attested by the Deacon 114 

Baptisms by Rev. Avery Hall 115 

Baptisms by Rev. Joseph Haven 118, 171 

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting 17, 81, 121, 179 

Family Records 17, 81, 121, 179 

George Huntress of Portsmouth and Newington, 

N. H., his Children and Grandchildren . . 177 

Index of Names 193 

In Memoriam — Hon. Noah Tebbetts 129 

Inscriptions from the Waldron Cemetery, Dover, 

N. H 186 

Kingston First Church Records 26 

Baptisms by Rev. Joseph Secomb 26 

Library of the New Hampshire Genalogical Soci- 
ety 188 

Newmarket Town Records 59, 133, 151 

Births, Marriages and Deaths . 59, 133, 151 

North Church Records, Portsmouth, N. H 41, 76 

Baptisms by Rev. Samuel Langdon, D. D 41 

Baptisms 76 

Baptisms by Rev. Joseph Buckminster 79 

Note and Clipping 84 

Notice 8 

Queries 47, 94, 142, 190 

Answers to Queries 143 

Richard Hussey and his Descendants 97 

The Rev. Hugh Adams and Family 1 

Thomas Downes, of Dover, N. H. and his Descend- 
ants 146 




FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHXtRCH, CONCORD, N. H. 
Corner-stone laid July 25, 1874. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. VI. Dover, N. H., January, 1909. No. 1. 

THE KEY. HUGH ADAMS ANT> FAMILY. 

John Adams of Boston, cordwainer, and Avis his wife sold 
house and land in Boston to Abraham Blish, 19 January, 
1690. See Suffolk Deeds, XV, 122. 

John Adams and Avis his wife mortgaged house and land 
in Boston, 21 June, 1693. The mortgage was cancelled 23 
February, 1693/4. 

This is all that I have been able to learn concerning this 
John Adams. It was once thought that he was son of Alex- 
ander and Mary (Coffin) Adams of Boston, but in the divi- 
sion of the estate of Alexander Adams, 1684, Samuel Adams 
is called his "only son". See Suffolk Deeds, XIII, 222. 

Where John Adams came from and whither he went is a 
mystery. The fact that one of his sons lived in Nova Scotia 
suggests that as possibly the place of his early residence. 
The fact that his wife Avis died in Charleston, S. C. may 
indicate that John Adams went there. 

His children were: 

John, a Councillor in Nova Scotia; married Hannah . Chil- 
dren recorded in Boston: Abigail, born 6 October, 1691; John, 
b. 4 November, 1693; Avis, b. 6 February, 1694. 

Hugh, b. 7 May, 1676; m. Susanna Winborn. 

Matthew; m. Katherine Bligden, 17 November, 1715. He was a 
bookseller in Boston. He had a son. Rev. John Adams, who suc- 
ceeded the Rev. Hugh Adams in the pastorate at Durham. 

Jane, b. 24 December, 1686; m. 20 July, 1713, Joseph Harding at 
Chatham, Mass. 

Ann, b. 20 February, 1688; m. 13 February, 1706, William Flay, (2) 
23 September, 1714, William Ings of Boston, 

Hugh Adams graduated at Harvard College in 1697. The 
next year he went to Charleston, S. C, where he was pastor 
or assistant pastor of a church, and remained there till 1706. 
In a letter he states that "our precious godly mother Avis 



2 THE REV. HUGH ADAMS AND FAMILY. 

Adams departed this life October 6th last" (1699). This 
was at Charleston. See Mass. Hist. Coll. VI, 5th Series, 
p. 12. 

He says that he was ordamed at Braintree, Mass., 10 Sep- 
tember, 1707. (N. E. Reg. XXHI, 297.) He was dismissed 
22 August, 1710. He preached at Chatham, Mass., 1711- 
1715. In 1716 he preached for a short time at Georgetown, 
Maine, on Arrowsic Island, where he was visited by the Jes- 
uit priest of the Norridgewocks, the famous Sebastian Ralle, 
whom he healed of a tumor and of pain in his shoulders. 
The cure was effected in three days and without charge. It 
seems from this that Hugh Adams was something of a physi- 
cian as well as preacher. See Proceedings of the Mass. Hist. 
Society, III, 326. 

He commenced preaching at Oyster River, now Durham, 
N. H., in 1717 and was duly installed there 26 March, 1718. 
He was dismissed by Council from this pastorate 23 Jan- 
uary, 1739. He died in Durham, in 1750, aged 74 years. 

He was a good man, an able preacher, a faithful pastor, 
but so eccentric and opinionated that he made many oppo- 
nents wherever he went. Some of his church sought to get 
rid of him, and some stood by hmi to the end. He had diffi- 
culty about collecting his salary, and this was the cause of 
some petitions of his published in the New Hampshire State 
Papers. It is said that there is an unpublished Autobiogra- 
phy of his in the State Archives, but I have been unable to 
find it. He was fond of allogorical mterpretation of the 
Bible, and his imagination saw his opponents described in 
many an odd passage. 

He married Susanna Winborn, probably daughter of the 
Rev. John and Elizabeth (Hart) Winborn, and granddaugh- 
ter of William Winborn, who signed the Exeter Combination 
in 1639 and was "Clerk of the Writs" in Exeter m 1643. 
William Winborn and his wife Elizabeth lived in Boston, 
1644-1662. He was chosen Town Clerk of Manchester, 
Mass., in 1686, where his son John was preaching. William 
Wmborn of Maiden and his son John with wife Elizabeth 
sold land in Maiden in 1687. See Middlesex Deeds, VIII, 
219. This son John was born m Boston 21 of 7th month, 
1638 and married, 11 September, 1667, in Maiden, Elizabeth, 
daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Hart of Watertown, Lynn, 
and Reading. She was born 11 December, 1651. Her fa- 
ther's will names daughter Elizabeth Wenborne. Rev. John 



THE EEV. HUGH ADAMS AND FAMILT. 3 

Winborn was minister of the church at Manchester, Mass., 
from 1667 to 1686. Tlie town records show that he left 
Manchester between 1690 and 1693. He is said to have 
died in 1707. See Hist, of Essex County, II, 1283. No 
record of his family has been found. He may have gone to 
South Carolina, and in that State only the name Winborn is 
found in the census of 1790. 

Under date of 1 May, 1726, Rev. Hugh Adams records 
the admission to church of "Lydia Winborn, the maiden 
daughter of my wife's brother." This brother was Ebenezer 
Winborn of Boston, who married, 11 May, 1706, Lydia 
Prince, born 1685, daughter of Joseph Prince of Hull, Mass., 
who married, 7 December, 1670, Joanna, daughter of Secre- 
tary Nathaniel Morton of Plymouth, Mass. Ebenezer Win- 
born was a watchman in the south end of Boston from 1723 
till 1758. He may have married (2) Elizabeth Gwinn, 24 
October, 1744. He evidently had the following children. 
Prince, who married, 30 November, 1743, Mary Rogers and 
was livmg in 1786; Elizabeth, who married, 29 October, 1739; 
Bozoun Allen; Susanna, who married, 11 July, 1734, Andrew 
Coffin; Joanna, who married, 29 December, 1736, Nicholas 
Foster; and Lydia born 13 February, 1706/7 in Boston, who 
was living in 1739. The records of Suffolk, Middlesex, and 
Plymouth Counties say nothmg more about anybody named 
Winborn. The name seems to have been extinct for more 
than a century in New England, but, as has been suggested, 
descendants may be found in South Carolina. The inference 
seems almost necessary that Susanna Winborn, wife of Rev. 
Hugh Adams, was daughter of Rev. John Winborn. Under 
date of April 6, 1718, Rev. Hugh Adams records the admis- 
sion to the church of Durham of "-Susanna Adams, my wife. 
She was a member of the church in Carolina." 

His church records, as published in the N. E, Register, 
show the following children of the Rev. Hugh Adams. Per- 
haps there were others. 

Children: 

Samuel. See below. 

Elizabeth, b. 5 May, 1713, in Chatham, Mass. 

Winborn, b. 19 April, 1716, in Boston; probably died young. 

John, b. 13 January, 1718, at Durham; probably m. in Boston, 23 

December, 1741, Anna Parker. 
Avis, b. 11 April, 1723; m. William Odiorne. 
Joseph, b. 22 April, 1735. 

June 2, 1743, Hugh and Susanna Adams sold to their son, 



4 THE REV. HUGH ADAMS AND FAMILY. 

Samuel Adams, physician, for fifty pounds, "all y^ remainder 
part of my Homestead Lot or Tract of Land, lying and being 
in Durham nigh y^ fialls meeting house w'^^ s*^ Land I bo* 
part of Jam^ Burnham & part of Doct Crosby, butting & 
bounding as foUoweth, by l^and I sold to my son Jn° on y^ 
South by land of Sam^ Smith Esq on y^ East by River on y® 
North & West by y® Highway or Landing Place so called, on 
w*'^ my s"* son Sam^ has built a House & Barn," etc. Wit- 
nessed by Joseph Drew and Elizabeth Drew. See N. H. 
Province Deeds, XXVIH, 143. 

Oct. 3, 1754, John Adams of Boston, merchant, and wife 
Anne sold to Joseph Drew of Durham land in Durham ad- 
joining that of Samuel Adams, near the meeting house. See 
N. H. Province Deeds. 

Dr. Samuel Adams of Durham married (1) Phebe . 

His father records, under date of 11 March, 1721/2, "Then 
was received my son, Samuel Adams, to own his baptismal 
covenant and to be under the discipline of our Church after 
his standing propounded 3 Sabbaths." There were admitted 
to the church in Durham, 7 April, 1728, "Samuel Adams, 
my Son, and Phebe Adams his wife." The tombstone of 
"Phebe Adams the wife of Docf Samuel Adams" may be 
seen back of the house in which they lived in Durham, show- 
ing simply that she died in 1743. If any reader can tell her 
name before marriage, it will be esteemed a great favor by 
the writer of this. Samuel Adams married (2), before 1747, 
Rebecca, daughter of Joseph Hall, Jr., and Mary his wife of 
Exeter, N. H. She was descended from Governors Dudley 
and Winthrop of Massachusetts, and through the Dudley 
family her ancestry has been traced back to King Alfred the 
Great, and William the Conqueror. 

There are many references to Dr. Samuel Adams in the N. 
H. State Papers, showing that he dealt extensively in land 
and had a wide medical practice. He died in 1762. Rebec- 
ca, widow of Samuel Adams, sold, 19 December, 1764, to 
John Sullivan, for £2300, "three acres of land near the meet- 
ing house in Durham, with buildings thereon." See N. H. 
Provmce Deeds, LXXIV, 360. This was Gen. John SulUvan 
of the Revolutionary Army. The house is still standing and 
in good condition. The deed cited above, as well as the 
price of sale here given, shows that the house was built by 
Dr. Samuel Adams, and it must have been one of the finest 
bouses in Durham at that time. Here probably Rev. Hugh 



THE REV. HUGH ADAMS AND FAMILY. O 

Adams lived in his old age with his son and was spared the 
poverty and suffering that some have imagined him to have 
passed through. It is a large two-story house built around 
a hugh chunney, with an extension of one-story for kitchen 
and shed. It is beautifully situated, and the monument close 
by marks the site of the meeting house where Rev. Hugh 
Adams officiated twenty-two years. The old slave-quarters 
of Gen. Sullivan are still to be seen. 

The will of Dr. Samuel Adams, dated 22 June, 1762, and 

probated 28 July, 1762, names wife Rebecca, son Winburn, 

children Phebe Drew, Sarah Sweat, Mary Adams, and Josiah 

Adams. The inventory of his estate shows £6861-11-6. 

His children by fu-st marriage were: 

Samuel, b. 19 August, 1728; d. 26 August, 1728. 

Phebe, bapt. 31 August, 1728; m. (Francis?) Drew. 

WiNBOKN, b. ; m. Sarah Bartlett. He was Lieut.-Col. in the 

Revolution and was killed in the battle of Stillwater, 17 Septem- 
ber, 1777. For descendants see History of Exeter, N. H. 

Sabah; m. Dr, Stephen Swett, 8 August, 1756. 

Children by second marriage: 

Maey; m. Dr. John Marstes of Exeter. He m. (2) Elizabeth Shute. 
Josiah; m. 21 February, 1772, Nancy Hill, of Kittery. lie died, 

1810, in Newmarket. 
JoHX, bapt. 24 October, 1749; not named in will; probably d. young. 
Rebecca, bapt. 26 September, 1756; probably died young. 

July 26, 1771, John Marstes and Mary his wife sold to 
Nathaniel Rogers "the whole of what we claim as heirs to 
the widow Rebecca Adams late of Newmarket," about eight 
acres. Josiah Adams owned land adjoining. See N. H. Pro- 
vince Deeds, XCVI, 514. 

The Dr. Stephen Swett above named was my great-grand- 
father. He was born in that part of Exeter which is now 
Newmarket, 3 January, 1733/4, son of Moses* and Hannah 
(Swett) Swett (Stephen,^ Capt. Benjamin,^ John^ of New- 
bury). He practiced medicine in Pembroke and Epsom, N. 
H., and in Gorham and Windham, Maine. He was Surgeon 
in Col. Edmund Phinney's 31st Regt. of Foot, serving at Cam- 
bridge, Mass. He had fourteen children. He died m Otis- 
field, Maine, 6 January, 1807. His wife died in the same 
town, 3 May, 1808. 

It is hoped that this contribution may stimulate others to 
furnish information concerning the ancestors and descendants 
of the Rev. Hugh Adams. 

Everett S. Stackpole, 

Bradford, Mass. 



e?pi:n^g town records. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS AND INTENTIONS OF 

MARRIAGE. 

[Continued from Vol. V, page 182.] 

1842. Nov. 6^ jVP Elias Felker of this town and Miss 
Harriet Langley of Nottingham. 

1843. Jany 1^' M-" Jonathan S. Cilley and Julia Ann Blais- 
dell both of this town. 

22'^ M'' George W. Johnson of this town and Miss 
Sarah E. Chapman of Newmai'ket. 
Feby IS''' Mr Charles L. Godfrey and Mary Lucy Brown 
both of this town. (E. T. R., 8: 5.) 

1843. Feby 19. John Dearborn and Miss Rebecca E. Hack- 
ett both of this town. 
A true record, John Jay Plumer, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., 8: 6.) 
I hereby certify that the following persons have been united 
in Marriage b} me. 

Epping, April 18, 1843, John Smith, Minister. 

M'' Samuel D. Thurston and Miss Charlotte Durgin both of 

Nottingham, October 18, 1842. 
M'' Cornelius Hamblin, Jr. of Willfleet, Mass. and Miss Sarah 

Towle of this Town, October 20, 1842. 
M'' Samuel P. Moulton of Hampton Falls and Miss Betsey 

I. Brown of this town, Nov. 10, 1842. 
M' Nathaniel Burn ham and Miss Mary S. Blaisdell both of 

this town, NoV^ 24*'' 1842. 
M"" Jonathan S. Cilley and Miss Julia Ann Blaisdell both of 

this town, February 2, 1842. 
M"^ Daniel Sandborn and Miss Nancy Brown both of Exeter, 

February 26, 1843. 
M"^ Charles Page and Miss Lucy C. Tilton both of Exeter, 
April 2, 1843. 

A true Copy. Attest, John Jay Plumer, Town Clerk. 
Received April 20^'^ 1843. 

(E. T. R., 8: 7.) 
I certify that I have made known the intentions of marriage 
of the following persons as the law directs. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, AND INTENTIONS. 7 

April 23^'^ 1843. M^ Benj™ F. Hoitt and Miss Sarah Ann 

F. Smith both of this town. 
May 20*^ 1843. M^' James M. Godfrey and Miss Mary R. 

Libbey both of this town. 
June 4^'' 1843. M'' Oilman Cross of Boston, Mass. and Miss 

]\Iary N. Thomson of this town. 
July 30"^ 1843. M^ John H. Prescott of this town and Miss 

Abby Jane Pike of Newmarket, N. H. 
Aug* 13^ 1843. M' Stephen Durgm of this town and Miss 

Lucinda A. Quimby of Poplm, N. H. 
Sept. 24*"^ 1843. M^ James P. Tilton and Miss Mary I. Pea- 

vey both of this town. 
Nov. S**" 1843. M-^ Simon Rowe and Miss Mariah H. Norris 

both of this town. 
Nov. 12*'^ 1843. M-^ George Blaisdell of this town and Miss 

Mary Garland of Durham, N. H. 
Nov. 26*^ 1843. M^ George S. Smith of Deerfield, N. H. 

and Sarah Ann D. Emerson of this town. 
Jan^ 28'^ 1844. M^" James Thu[r]ston and Miss Ruth Ab- 
bott both of this town. 
Feby. 11*^ 1844. M-^ Charles N. Coffin and Miss Sarah D. 

APDaniels both of this town. 
March 10"' 1844. M"^ Nathaniel K. Leavitt of Great Falls, 
N. H. and Miss Hannah H. Prescott of this town. 
A true record. Attest, John Jay Plumer, 

Town Clerk of Eppmg. 
(E. T. R., 8: 23.) 
The following persons have been joined m marriage by me 
in this town the past year. 

Epping March 15, 1844. John Smith, Minister. 

May 18, 1843. Mr. Henry F. Hoit and Miss Sarah A. F. 

Smith both of Epping. 
May 22, 1843. Mr. Reuben A. Prescott of Grafton, N. H. 

and Miss Mary R. Prescott of Lowell, Mass. 
August 26, 1843. Mr. John H. Prescott and Abby Jane 

Pike both of Epping. 
September 24, 1843. Mr. Gilman Cross of Boston, Mass. 

and Miss Mary N. Thompson of Epping. 
November 28, 1843. Mr. Sunon Rowe and Miss Mariah H. 

Norris both of Epping. 
Nov. 30, 1843. Mr. George Blaisdell of Epping and Miss 
Mary Garland of Durham, N. H. 



8 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

January 1, 1844. Mr. George S. Smith of Deerfield, N. H. 
and Miss Sarah Ann D. Emerson of Epping. 

February 14, 1844. Mr. James Thurston and Miss Ruth 
Abbott both of Epping. 

A true Copy. Attest, John Jay Plumer, Town Clerk. 
Rec"^ March 15"^ 1844. 

(E. T. R., 8: 24.) 

Rockingham ss. On the 15"* day of June 1843, at Epping, 
came Mr. Charles L. Godfrey and Miss Mary L. Brown 
both of Epping and were lawfully joined in Marriage be- 
fore me Calvin Chapman, minister of the Gospel. 
A true copy of record. 
Attest, Calvin Chapman, minister of the Gospel. 



T^OTICE. 



In this number, we commence the First Congregational 
Church Records of Concord, N. H., which will be contmued 
in each number of this magazine for the next three years or 
more. The Marriages will commence m the next number, 
and will run from 1730 to 1867, 137 years; the Baptisms 
from 1730 to 1905, 175 years; the Deaths, complete list, from 
1825 to 1867, 42 years, scattering list, from 1730 to 1825; 
and an alphabetical List of Members, about 2,200 in all, giv- 
ing birth date of each, when possible, with place; names of 
parents; marriage, or marriages if more than one, with names; 
date of admission to membership, and if by letter from what 
church, and if a dismission, to what church with date of let- 
ter; date and place of death, and place of burial. No other 
church in New Hampshire has ever attempted to publish such 
a full and complete record as this will be. The work will 
run through the magazine first, and then the pages will be 
made over and a reprint taken in book form. One hundred 
copies of the work, which will be in at least two volumes 
with good mdex, have been ordered for the church; these we 
understand will not be for sale or private distribution to mem- 
bers. All persons and libraries wishing the work should 
order immediately. We cannot now estimate as to price, but 
it will be made as low as possible. Only enough copies will 
be prmted to supply those who may subscribe within the next 
three months. Address all subscriptions to C. W. Tibbetts, 
Dover, N. H. 



FIRST COXGREGATIOXAL CHURCH 
RECORDS, CONCORD, X. H. 

1730—1905. 

[Penacook was incorporated January 17, 1725-6. Tract of land an- 
nexed to Penacook in August, 1728. Name changed to Rumford, Feb- 
ruary 27, 1733-4. Name changed to Concord, June 7, 1765. Tracts of 
land annexed to Concord from Canterbury and Loudon January 2, 1784, 
and from Bow, Dec, 13, 1804 and July 6, 1849. City charter granted 
July 6, 1849, adopted March 10, 1853.] 



OEGANIZATION AKD PASTORS. 
By John C. Thorne. 

The First Congregational Church in Concord known also 
as "The First Church of Christ" was organized November 
18, 1730. 

At the session of the "General Court of the Province of 
Massachusetts Bay," assembled at Boston in May, 1721, a 
petition was presented for a tract of land "situated on the 
river Merrymake at the lower end of Penny-Cook," to con- 
tain about eight miles square. This petition, which was 
renewed from time to time, was not allowed until January 
17, 1725/6, when the government of Massachusetts appro- 
priated a tract of land seven miles square for the "Plantation 
of Penny-Cook," now Concord. 

At a meeting of the "mtended settlers," held in Andover, 
Mass., February 8, 1726, it was voted "That a block house 
twenty-five feet m breadth, by forty feet in length, be built 
at Penny-Cook for the security of the settlers." This log 
house was located at what is now the northwest corner of 
Main and Chapel Streets, and served for some quarter of a 
century as a meeting-house, schoolhouse, garrison and town 
hall. This site is now marked by a granite tablet appropri- 
ately inscribed. It was completed early in the year 1727, 
and was probably the first permanent building erected in 
town. In the fall of this year, the first family, that of Cap- 
tain Ebenezer Eastman, moved into the place from Haverhill, 
Mass. 

On March 6, 1727, a committee was "empowered to agree 



10 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

with a minister to preach at Penny-Cook the year ensuing, 
to begin the service from the fifteenth of May next." This 
committee was directed not to assure the gentleman more 
than £100 per annum for his services. 

Rev. Enoch Coifin, one of the original proprietors in the 
town, was engaged as the first preacher, and his formal labors 
began May 15, 1727. He attended to his duties for one 
year and a few weeks, when death put an end to his labors. 
Again consulting the records we read, that at a meeting of 
the proprietors held at Bradford, Mass., March 12, 1729, it 
was voted: "That the sum of four pounds be allowed and 
paid unto the heirs of the Reverend Enoch Coffin, deceased, 
for his preaching and performing divine service at Penny- 
Cook, in full discharge." He was Concord's first preacher, 
but not her first settled minister. 

Rev. Enoch Coffin was born in Newbury, Mass., February 
7, 1695/6, and was son of Hon. Nathaniel and Sarah (Dole) 
Coffin of that town. He was a graduate of Harvard College 
in 1714, and died August 7, 1728, at the early age of thirty- 
two years. We cherish his memory as one of the religious 
pioneers of his time, and Concord owes him honor and rever- 
ence for his faith and works within her borders. 

Rev. Bezaleel Toppan, one of the proprietors of the plan- 
tation, was next "employed to preach and perform divine 
service" at Penny-Cook. He was son of Rev. Christopher 
and Sarah (Angier) Toppan of Newbury, Mass., and was born 
March 7, 1705. His term of office in the ministry at Penny- 
Cook appears to have been short for in October 1730 the 
settlers resolved to establish a permanant ministry. He 
removed to Salem, Mass., where he became pastor of the 
church there. 

Rev. Tunothy Walker was "called to be minister of the 
town of Penny-Cook," October 14, 1730. He was born in 
Woburn, Mass., July 27, 1705. 

A council met November 18, 1730, and organized here a 
church of nine members, and the Rev. Timothy Walker was 
ordained and installed its pastor. The following persons 
constituted the church: Rev. Timothy Walker, Pastor, John 
Merrill, Deacon, Samuel Burbank, Jeremiah Stickney, Wil- 
liam Barker, Mrs. Martha Barker, David Barker, Aaron 
Stevens and John Russ. The sermon was by Rev. John 
Barnard of Andover, Mass.; text, Prov. 9: 1-3; the charge to 
the pastor, by Rev. Samuel Phillips, also of Andover; and 



ORGANIZATION AND PASTORS. 11 

the right hand of fellowship, by Rev. John Brown, of Haver- 
hill, Mass. Thus and then this "Church of Christ," often so 
called in the early days, was established. This title has a 
new significance to-day, when we are seeking to make denom- 
inational lines less apparent and Christ's Church stronger. 
The church was orthodox and stable in its faith, and during 
the long ministry of Mr. Walker — fifty-two years — it was 
united and prosperous, and this condition has characterized 
its life during its history of the past one hundred and seventy- 
eight years. Strong in the confidence and affection of the 
people, Mr. Walker always and actively opposed anything 
which threatened division in the church or the town. 

Rev. Timothy Walker, A. M., was a graduate of Harvard 
College, in the class of 1725. His salary, at settlement, was 
XlOO, to increase forty shillings per annum till it reached 
^120; also use of parsonage. He died suddenly on Sabbath 
morning, September 1, 1782, aged 77 years, deeply mourned 
by the people he had so faithfully served and led, and be- 
tween whom and himself the mutual attachment had remain- 
ed strong to the last. 

The deep impress of this early ministry has never been 
effaced, and the influence of Mr. Walker, to a large degree, 
decided the moral tone and habits of the town. For more 
than half a century he directed the thought, and was the 
religious teacher of the early settlers; and his clear convic- 
tions, his bold utterances, and his firm adherance to practical 
principles, made him a wise leader. He served the town as 
well as the church. His wise counsel and prompt and Judi- 
cious action in relation to every matter of public interest 
were of great benefit to the people, and gave huu a wide and 
acknowledged influence. Three times he visited England, 
as agent for the town, to confirm its endangered rights, and 
was enabled by his personal influence and wisdom to make 
secure forever the claims and privileges of the settlers. His 
influence will be acknowledged, and his name remembered 
with gratitude by future generations. 

Rev. Israel Evans was called, September 1, 1788, by both 
the church and town, to settle as their minister. He accept- 
ed, and was mstalled as pastor July 1, 1789. His ministry 
contmued for eight years and during this time he served as 
chaplain of the Great and General Court for some five years, 
also at the session of the Constitutional Convention for two 
years, 1791-2. 



12 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

Mr. Evans was a trustee of Dartmouth College from 1793 
until 1807, the date of his death. By his will he left a fund 
for the establishment in this college of the "Evans Professor- 
ship of Oratory and Belles Lettres," which has been combin- 
ed with others and is still known as the "Evans' fomidation." 
Said Dr. Samuel C. Bartlett, ex-president of Dartmouth, in 
an address, March 20, 1895, "This bequest was the chief 
accession of productive funds during Dr. John Wheelock's 
administration of thirty-eight years." It amounts at present 
to 112,666.66. 

The town in its corporate capacity had provided for the 
mamtenance of the minister, but had failed to vote a very 
liberal sum, and Mr. Evans found difficulty m obtainmg 
even the small amount due him from year to year, so on 
April 21, 1797, he expressed his "intention of resigning to 
the town their pulpit and of finishmg his work of the mm- 
istry in this place on the first of July next." Holding to 
this decision, his resignation was accepted, and he was reg- 
ularly dismissed by an ecclesiastical council on July 5, 1797. 
He continued to reside m town until his death, March 9, 
1807. 

Rev. Israel Evans was of Welsh descent, born in Tredyff- 
rin. Great Valley, Chester County, Pennsylvania, in the year 
1747. His father was Rev. Samuel Evans, a graduate of 
Yale College, 1739; his grandfather was Rev. David Evans, 
Jr., a graduate of Yale College, 1713, and his great-grand- 
father was Rev. David Evans, who emigrated from Wales to 
Pennsylvania m 1701. Israel Evans graduated at "Nassau 
Hall" now Prmceton University, in the class of 1772, receiv- 
ing the degree of A. M., in 1775. He was licensed to preach 
by the first presbytery of Philadelphia in 1775, and ordained 
as chaplain in the American army in 1776. Chaplam Evans 
enjoyed the great distinction of bemg the only one holding 
that office who remained continuously throughout the long 
seven years' struggle for independence, mitil peace was de- 
clared m 1783. "Probably no chaplain m the Revolution," 
says Headley, the historian, "followed its fortmies so steadi- 
ly from its commencement to its close, sharmg all its perils 
and hardships, or who stood as prommently in history as a 
representative chaplam, and who with a clear head, a strong 
mmd and a patriotic zeal, assisted m sustainmg the cause of 
the colonies, as the Rev. Israel Evans." He was known as 
"Washington's chaplain." Among his many addresses which 



0EGANIZATI01<r AND PASTORS. 13 

has come down to us, was one whicli he delivered before the 
French and American armies at the surrender of the British 
forces under General Cornwallis at Yorktown. This was 
given on mvitation of General Washington, who ordered 
"Divme service to be held at the head of the regiments on 
account of this particular mterposition of Providence in their 
behalf." Chaplain Evans chose for his text I Samuel 7: 12, 
"Hitherto hath the Lord helped us." This discourse is full 
of patriotic zeal and mspiration. He gives great praise to 
God for His mercy, and abundant tribute to the brave men 
who endured so much and conquered so gloriously. Thus, 
for seven long and laborious years, did our patriotic chaplain 
serve in the Continental army, marchmg with her soldiers 
from the heights of Quebec to the complete and fmal over- 
throw of the British power in this country on the plains of 
Yorktown. 

Rev. Asa McFarland was chosen by the church as succes- 
sor to Rev. Mr. Evans the town concurring in the choice, 
he was mstalled March 7, 1798. The growth of the church 
durmg the pastorate of Dr. McFarland was gratifymg. His 
ministry continued twenty-seven years and closed March 23, 
1825. Dr. McFarland was the last minister provided for by 
the town, his successors being supported by the society. 

Rev. Asa McFarland, D. D., was born m Worcester, Mass., 
April 19, 1769. He graduated at Dartmouth College in 
1793, and was for two years tutor in the college. In later 
years, 1809-22 he was a trustee. During the whole of his 
pastorate, he was clerk of the ecclesiastical convention of the 
state. He was chaplain of the state prison for three years 
and a half, preaching there once each Sunday. He was also 
president of the New Hampshire Missionary Society m its 
early years. The degree of Doctor of Divinity came to him 
from Yale College. 

Dr. McFarland possessed a vigorous and active mind, was 
discriminatmg and sound m judgment, wise and dilligent in 
action. His personal character and position secured to him 
a wide and lasting mfiuence m the town and throughout the 
state. Eighteen discourses, delivered on public occasions, 
were published. In consequence of failing health, he resign- 
ed his office as pastor m March, 1825. He died in Concord, 
Sabbath morning, Februaiy 18, 1827, m the fifty-eighth year 
of his age. 

The council which dismissed Dr. McFarland, March 23, 



14 FIRST CONGEEGATIONAL CHTJECH RECORDS 

1825, installed as pastor his successor, Rev. Nathaniel Bou- 
ton. The spirit of the Most High early rested on his minis- 
try, and many seasons of revival blessed it. Bible classes 
and Sabbath schools were organized in different parts of the 
town, and the faithful labors of the pastor in these, and in the 
large assembly of the people gathered in a single place of 
worship, were attended with great success. In connection 
with the meeting of the General Association of New Hamp- 
shire, held with this church in 1831, a deep work of grace 
began, and more than a hundred were added to the church 
as the result. Large accessions were received in the years 
1834, 1836, 1842 and 1843. During the forty-two years of 
this ministry, 772 members were added to the church, and 
629 adults and infants were baptized. Three colonies were 
dismissed and organized into other churches, and the real 
increase of the church in strength and influence was very 
great. Churches of other denominations were also organiz- 
ed in town, yet this continued harmonious m action and 
steadfast in faith. This ministry was characterized by unity, 
stability and growth. Dr. Bouton resigned his pastorate, of 
marked and continued success, at the forty-second anniversa- 
ry of his settlement, March 23, 1867, and was dismissed by 
council, September 12, 1867. 

Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D. D., was a native of Norwalk, 
Conn., and graduated at Yale College in 1821, and at Ando- 
ver Theological Seminary in 1824. He was not only a faith- 
ful minister of Christ, but a citizen of valued and acknowl- 
edged influence, durmg a period of the great growth and 
prosperity of Concord; and bore for a generation an active 
part in questions of reform and public weal, both at home 
and abroad. A friend of learning and its institutions, he 
was elected a trustee of Dartmouth College in 1840. In the 
ecclesiastical bodies of the state, and in the benevolent organ- 
izations of the land, he was active and respected; was a cor- 
porate member of the American Board of Commissioners for 
Foreign Missions, and a trustee of other charitable socities. 
In 1856 he published the History of Concord, and also, dur- 
ing his ministry, many sermons, historical and biographical. 
August 31, 1866, Dr. Bouton was appointed state historian, 
in which office he compiled ten volumes of provincial and 
state papers, which were published by the state. After near- 
ly eleven years of labor in this office, he resigned. He enjoy- 
ed rest for a short season, and, at the request of his children, 



ORGANIZATION AND PASTOES. 15 

wrote an autobiography. His life work was done. Soon 
his strength began to fail, and, after an almost pamless ill- 
ness, he calmly died, full of years, honored and beloved by 
all who knew him, June 6, 1878, at the age of seventy-nine 
years. 

Four Pastorates covered one hundred and thirty-seven 
years, and the four pastors died here, and their forms were 
laid away by lovmg hands, among the treasured dust of the 
absent flock. 

Rev. Franklin Deming Ayer, D. D., born in St. Johnsbuiy, 
Vt., December 19, 1832, a graduate of Dartmouth College in 
1856 and of Andover Theological Seminary in 1859, was 
mstalled by the council which dismissed Dr. Bouton, Sep- 
tember 12, 1867. The sermon was by Rev. Eden B. Foster, 
D. D., of Lowell, Mass.; installing prayer, by Rev. J. M. R. 
Eaton, of Henniker; charge to the pastor, by Rev. P. B. 
Day, D. D., of Hollis; fellowship of the chiu'ches, by Rev. 
W. R. Jewett, of Penacook; address to the people, by Rev. 
W. T. Savage, D. D., of Franklm. 

For three decades. Dr. Ayer maintained the honored tra- 
ditions of this historic pulpit. He was beloved by his peo- 
ple, esteemed by his fellow citizens and honored thoroughout 
the state. From 1871 until 1880, he was secretary of the 
General Association of New Hampshire. In 1881, he was 
elected a corporate member of the American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreign Missions. He was trustee of the 
New Hampshire Home Missionary Society, New Hampshire 
Bible Society, and Ministers' and Widows' Charitable Fund, 
also vice-president of the American Congregational Union. 
As an officer of religious societies, and as a trustee of benev- 
olent institutions, he devoted himself untiringly to the ser- 
vice of men. In civic life, he was trustee of the Concord 
City Library, and of the New Hampshire Asylum for the 
Insane. He was twice abroad, first as delegate from the 
state to the International Prison Congress, which convened 
in London, July 4, 1872; second, as a delegate from the Na- 
tional Council of Congregational Churches of the LTnited 
States, of which society he was a trustee, to the International 
Council, holding its session in London, July, 1891, traveling 
somewhat extensively in Europe on both occasions. The 
honorary degree of D. D. was conferred upon him by Dart- 
mouth College in 1887. 



16 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

With the devotion which characterized his entire ministry, 
Dr. Ayer tendered his resignation, to take effect on the thir- 
tieth anniversary of his installation. He said: "In taking 
this step, I obey the imperative call for rest and relief which 
a body, never strong lays upon me. I also realize that there 
is urgent and agressive work open to you as a church, which 
ought to be done, and which I am unable fully to attempt, 
but in which a younger and stronger pastor might lead you." 

The retirmg pastor was made Pastor Emeritus. His home 
is now in Philadelphia, but he is still living in Concord, 
living in the hearts of a greatful people to whom m the joys 
and sorrows of thirty years he was a good minister of Jesus 
Christ. 

Rev. George Harlow Reed was bom m Worcester, Mass., 
March 24, 1858, m whose schools he began his studies, 
which were continued in Phillips Exeter Academy, Boston 
University and Bangor Theological Seminar}\ After a pas- 
torate of four years m the Winslow Congregational Church, 
Taunton, Mass., and nearly seven years m the North Church, 
Haverhill, Mass., Mr. Reed was installed as our pastor, June 
30, 1898. The sermon was preached by Rev. J. W. Churchill, 
D. D., of Andover Semmary. The prayer of mstallation was 
offered by Rev. Franklin D. Ayer, D. D., Pastor Emeritus; 
the charge to the pastor, by Rev. Arthur Little, D. D., of 
Boston; the right hand of fellowship, by Rev. H. P. Dewey, 
D. D., of Concord; the charge to the people, by Rev. Burton 
W. Lockhart, D. D., of Manchester. 

For nine years, Mr. Reed has labored m the spirit of his 
predecessors, and the church is united and prosperous. 

On the sixteenth day of June, 1906, the devoted wife of 
our present minister was suddenly called to the higher ser- 
vice and holier fellowship of Heaven. Mrs. Reed was the 
daughter of Dr. Asahel Sumner Deane and Mrs. Virginia 
Deane, of Taunton, Mass.' 

She was an ideal minister's wife. Her speech was as 
choice silver. She could adapt herself to all, because she 
had consecrated herself to Christ; the most diffident felt at 
ease m her presence; our leaders sought her counsel; the 
little children loved her. She was full of animation, re- 
sourceful and winsome. The gracious influence of her beau- 
tiful life will continue to be an inspiration to this church for 
many years to come. 



fkie:n^ds eecords, 
DOVER, :n^. h., monthly meeting. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 
[Continued from Vol. V, page 176.] 

David Gove; page 65; disowned. 
Hannah Dow; page 36. 

Married at Berwick, 22, 9 mo. 1796. 
Their chiklren born in Berwick: 
Anna, born 25, 6 mo. 1797. 
Hannah, 24, 11 mo. 1798. 
Hiram, 23, 2 mo. 1800. 

Charles, 20, 2 mo. 1802. (F. F. R., I: 89.) 

Solomon Hoyt; page 65; died 1 mo. 1819. 
Sarah Rogers; page 58; died, buried 21, 5 mo. 1825. 
Married at Sandwich, 25, 10 mo. 1798. 
Their children: 
Aaron, born; died 17, 12 mo. 1826. 
Isaac Buffum; page 53. 
Sarah Nichols; page 39. 

Mamed at Berwick, 4, 10 mo. 1798. 
John Nichols; page 39; removed to Vassalborough. 
Abigail Fiye; page 52. 

Married at Kittery. 
John Dow; page 65. 
Zilpah Lincoln. 

Married. Received from Vassalborough 1800. They 
had two children while they Hved in Berwick. Re- 
moved to Vassalborough again with their family in 
1803. (F. F. R., L 90.) 

Moses Roberts; page 29; died 13, 4 mo. 1807. 
Abigail Hanson; page 30; died 25, 9 mo. 1807. 
Married at Dover, 10, 1 mo. 1798. 
No children. 
Tobias Hanson; page 49; died 29, 1 mo. 1845. 
Hannah Meader; page 68. 

Married at Rochester, 2, 5 mo. 1799. 
Their children born in Brookfield: 



18 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTITLY MEETING. 

Joseph, born 7, 7 mo. 1801; died 2, 12 mo. 1806. 
Joshua, 23, 12 mo. 1803. 
Abigail, 10, 2 mo. 1806. 
Joseph M., 4, 7 mo. 1818; page 123. 
James Lamos; page 42; disowned at Sandwich. 
Mary Varney; page 46. 

Married at Dover, 3, 7 mo. 1799. Removed to Sand- 
wich. Mary, with her eight children following, 
received by certificate from Sandwich in 7 mo. 
1823. 
Anna, disowned. 

Kezia; page 92; married David J. Sanborn. 
Sarah; disowned. 
Moses; disowned. 
Jesse; disowned. 
Ephraim; disowned. 
Hannah; died. 
Mary; died. 
Thomas Stackpole; page 63. 
Sarah Morrill; page 56. 

Married at Berwick, 4, 4 mo. 1799. 
James Bean; disowned. 
Hannah Roberts; page 72. 

Married at Rochester, 2, 3 mo. 1809. 
Their children: 
Mary, born 15, 11 mo. 1810; died 17, 4 mo. 1814. 
Joel, 5, 4 mo. 1812. 

Elias, 15, 12 mo. 1813; died 1, 4 mo. 1816. 
Eunice, 10, 12 mo. 1815. 
Abigail, 5, 2 mo. 1818; page 122; married William Sawyer; 

afterward married Alfred Kelley. 
Anna A., 19, 8 mo. 1819. 
Lydia, 11, 6 mo. 1821. 
Lois, 30, 3 mo. 1823. 
James R., 28, 2 mo. 1825. 
Hannah M., 1, 5 mo. 1828. 
Lucretia E., 7, 2 mo. 1834. 

(F. F. R., I: 91.) 
Andrew Austin, Jr.; page 38. 
Lydia Morrill; page 56. 

Married at Berwick, 14, 3 mo. 1799. 
David J. Sanborn. 
Kezia Lamos; page 91, 



FAMILY RECOEDS. 19 

They were married out of the order of Friends, but she 
was continued a member, and he afterward became a 
member by request. 

Married 22, 9 mo. 1826. 
Their children: 

Mary Ann, born ; not a member. 

Guliehna, 27, 5 mo. 1834. 
Susan A., 5, 9 mo. 1838. 
David L., 14, 3 mo. 1845. 
The last three children were born members. 
Andrew Wiggin; page 63; died 1810. 
Judith Varney; page 39. 

Married at Dover, 24, 10 mo. 1799. 
Their children born in Wolfborough: 
Richard, born 26, 7 mo. 1800. 
Joseph Varney; page 39; died 9, 3 mo. 1852. 
Hannah Bassett; page 74. 

Married at Rochester, 28, 2 mo. 1800. 
Their children born in Wolfborough: 
Huldah, born 5, 1 mo. 1801; married Lindley M. Hoag. 
Susanna, 26, 12 mo. 1802. 
Daniel Jenness; page 64. 
Kezia Varney; page 39; died 26, 11 mo. 1825. 

[Married.] (F. F, R., I: 92.) 

Thomas Varney. 
Huldah Purinton; page 72. 

Married at Berwick, 29, 5 mo. 1800. 
Nicholas Pinkham; not a member; died 1, 6 mo. 1836. 
Abigail Lamos; page 44; sometime afterward both became 
members. 

Married 28, 5 mo. 1803. 
Their children: 
Hannah R., born 20, 3 mo. 1804. 
Elizabeth, 27, 9 mo. 1806; died. 
Jonathan L., 27, 9 mo. 1807. 
Phebe, 17, 5 mo. 1808; died. 
Alfred, 7, 10 mo. 1809; died. 
Lavina, 7, 10 mo. 1811. 

Mary W., 11, 10 mo. 1812; died 7, 6 mo. 1832. 
Nicholas, 17, 2 mo. 1815; disowned. 
Sarah A., 24, 2 mo. 1817; married out to David Vickery. 
Lydia N., 22, 6 mo. 1819; disowned. 
James N., 30, 9 mo. 1821. 



20 EECOEDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Jacob B., 10, 1 mo. 1824; disowned. 

First seven children were never members, last four chil- 
dren received members by certificate from Sandwich 
Monthly Meetmg, 1832. 
Ephraim Morrill; page 49. 
Mary Page; page 42. 

Married at Berwick, 2, 7 mo. 1801. 
Jonathan Cartland; page 42; died 15, 3 mo. 1823. 
Elizabeth Austin; page 43; died 1, 9 mo. 1837. 
Married at Rochester, 17, 9 mo. 1801. 
Their children born in Lee: 
Hannah, born 11, 6 mo. 1802; married out to Amos Dennis 

but continued a member. 
Caroline, 7, 1 mo. 1804; page 119; married Daniel Osborne. 
Moses A., 17, 11 mo. 1805; disowned 5, 7 mo. 1863. 
Anna, 6, 12 mo. 1807. 

Joseph, 2, 2 mo. 1810; married Gertrude Whittier. 
Phebe, 9, 9 mo. 1811. 

Jonathan, 4, 6 mo. 1815; married Mary Jane Smith. 
Gideon Bean; page 63; died 2 mo. 1823. 
Jane Tibbetts; died 23, 11 mo. 1837. 

Married at Dover, [2] 4, 5 mo. 1809. 
No children. (F. F. R., I: 93.) 

Jacob Sawyer; page 32; disowned. 
Elizabeth Morrill; page 56; died 6, 3 mo. 1857. 
Married at Berwick, 1, 5 mo. 1800. 
Their children: 
Peter Morrill, born 5, 1 mo. 1801; died 7, 1 mo. 1802. 
Sarah Ann, 17, 10 mo. 1802; married out to Oliver Foss; 

disowned. 
John, 5, 5 mo. 1804; disowned. 
Micajah Purinton; page 37; died 22, 8 mo. 1825. 
Mary Austin; died 4, 3 mo. 1844. 

Married at Falmouth, 12 mo. 1801. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Daniel, born 14, 2 mo. 1803; disowned; died 12, 6 mo. 

1853. 
Jacob K., 2, 6 mo. 1807; page 109. 
Amos Davis, 28, 8 mo. 1813; page 116. 
Festus Varney; page 52; died 5, 9 mo. 1842. 
Hannah Varney; page 62; died 14, 4 mo. 1853. 
Married at Dover, 1, 10 mo. 1800. 
Their children born in Farmington: 



PAMILT RECORDS. 21 

Mercy, born 26, 10 mo. 1801; married John Furber. 
Anna, 3, 3 mo. 1803, married out. 
Amos, 20, 1 mo. 1805; page 113. 

Maria, 20, 4 mo. 1807; page 113; married Daniel Meader. 
John, 16, 3 mo. 1809; page 115. 
Obed, 20, 4 mo. 1811; page 115. 
CaroHne, 12, 5 mo. 1813; died 19, 4 mo. 1816. 
Rhoda, 17, 5 mo. 1815; page 118; married Amos Peaslee. 
Asa, 31, 5 mo. 1817; page 115. 
Richard D., 15, 4 mo. 1819. 

Caroline, 5, 6 mo. 1821; page 117; married Eli Meader. 
Lavina, 17, 4 mo. 1725; died 25, 6 mo. 1828. 
Reuben Varney; page 39; died 4, 4 mo. 1850. 
Elizabeth Jenkins; page 43; died 19, 9 mo. 1850. 
Married at Kittery, 12, 11 mo. 1801. 
[Their children:] 
Oliver, born 7, 12 mo. 1802; married out but continued a 

member. 
Ivory, 24, 8 mo. 1804; disowned 1830. 
Lydia, 25, 3 mo. 1809; married out to Nathaniel Jenness. 
Abigail, 16, 6 mo. 1813; married Moses J. Hoag, Sandwich. 
Tuuothy Jenkins; pages 51 and 99. 
Abigail Jenkins; page 59; died 29, 4 mo. 1812. 
Married 1802. 
Their children born in Lee: 
Joseph, born 6, 7 mo. 1802. 
Amos, 20, 6 mo. 1805; disowned 1830. 
Sarah, 7, 5 mo. 1810; died 10, 12 mo. 1813. 
Tobias Evans; page 47; died 4, 11 mo. 1859. 
Sarah Austin; page 41; died 2, 11 mo, 1855. 
Married 15, 11 mo. 1801. 
Their daughter born in Madbury: 
Hannah, born 29, 4 mo. 1804; married out to Lorenzo 
Rollins, but continued a member. 

(F. F. R., L 94.) 
Jedediah Estes; page 44. 
Esther Osborne. 

Married at Salem. 
Their children born m Berwick: 
John, born 22, 2 mo. 1802; page 95. 
Alice. 
David Green; disowned. 
Judith Meader; page 41; died 28, 3 mo. 1855. 



22 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Married at Rochester, 30, 8 mo. 1804. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Abial, born 15, 6 mo. 1805; married John Estes, North 

Berwick. 
Patience, 18, 11 mo. 1806; married Edward Evans, North 

Berwick. 
Hannah, 20, 9 mo. 1808; married out to Joshua Vickery, 

but continued a member; died 20, 4 mo. 1849. 
Simon, 4, 5 mo. 1810; died. 
Sarah, 4, 2 mo. 1812; died 10, 9 mo. 1848. 
Daniel, 30, 3 mo. 1814; disowned. 
Mary, 15, 4 mo. 1816; died 20, 1 mo. 1817. 
Mary, 13, 2 mo. 1818; married out to Joshua Vickery and 
disowned. 
Stephen Meader; page 41; died 20, 3 mo. 1858. 
Sarah Whitehouse; died 29, 6 mo. 1858. 

Married at Rochester, 30, 8 mo. 1804. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Tobias, born 18, 10 mo. 1805; page 13; married Phebe H. 

Meader. 
Hanson, 28, 3 mo. 1808; page 115; married Susan L. Shaw. 
Jonathan, 26, 6 mo. 1811; died 20, 4 mo. 1833. 
Levi, 4, 2 mo. 1813; page 122; married Amanda Eastman. 
James, 18, 1 mo. 1816; died. 
Asa, 17, 3 mo. 1817. 
Mehitable, 17, 8 mo. 1820; page 123; married Joseph M. 

Hanson. 
Benjamin, 17, 12 mo. 1822; removed to Providence. 
John Estes, born 22, 2 mo. 1802; page 95. 
Abial Green, born 15, 6 mo. 1805; page 95. 
Married at Rochester, 3, 7 mo. 1828. 
Their children: 
Edwin, born 27, 9 mo. 1829; died at Berwick, 27, 5 mo. 

1832. 
Charles, 20, 11 mo. 1830. 
Edwin T., 27, 11 mo. 1833. 

Simon G., 18, 6 mo. 1835. (F. F. R., I: 95.) 

Albert, 15, 9 mo. 1839; died 6, 8 mo. 1858. 
John F. Meader; page 45; died 21, 11 mo. 1825. 
Deliverance Varney; page 32; died 1863. 
Married at Lee, 1, 11 mo. 1804. 
Their children born in Lee: 
Stephen, born 6, 8 mo. 1806; died 30, 10 mo. 1825. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 23 

Joseph, 11, 4 mo. 1809; disowned 1835. 
Abigail, 19, 1 mo. 1811; page 116; married Jedediali Han- 
son. 
Daniel, 25, 6 mo. 1812. 

Hannah, 6, 8 mo. 1814; married Benning Wentworth. 
Sophia, 31, 12 mo. 1817; disowned 6 mo. 1845. 
Caroline, 28, 11 mo. 1818; disowned 6 mo. 1845. 
Moses, 30, 11 mo. 1820. 
Mary, 22, 6 mo. 1824; disowned 6 mo. 1845. 
Edward Locke; page 63; died 11, 4 mo. 1853. 
Elizabeth Header; page 51; died 19, 1 mo. 1852. 
Married at Rochester, 3, 10 mo. 1805. 
Their Children born in Rochester: 

Mary, born 26, 7 mo. 1806; married out to Evans. 

Mary Locke, widow, died 19, 2 mo. 1844. 
Anna, 28, 4 mo. 1808; page 113; married Amos Varney. 
Louisa, 26, 2 mo. 1810; died 1, 4 mo. 1810. 
James, 8, 8 mo. 1811; page 121; married Ellen C. Kimball. 
Ivory, 7, 9 mo. 1813; died 18, 3 mo. 1829. 
Charlotte B., 8, 10 mo. 1815; married out to Kim- 
ball; disowned and restored. 
Sarah W., 10, 3 mo. 1818; page 115; married Obed Varney. 
Elizabeth, 6, 7 mo. 1820; married Lewis Thompson. 
Lydia, 10, 8 mo. 1822; married Stephen Gove. 
Charles Varney; page 50; died 14, 3 mo. 1814. 
Hannah Dame; page 60; died 18, 6 mo. 1812. 
Married at Rochester, 4, 6 mo. 1807. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Abigail, bom 22, 8 mo. 1808; married William P. May, 

Barton, Vermont. 
Jonathan, 16, 1 mo. 1810; died 29, 8 mo. 1831. 
Hannah D., 24, 11 mo. 1811; removed to Sandwich. 
Moses Hanson; page 49; disowned. 
Mary Varney; page 67; died 5, 12 mo. 1822. 
Married at Rochester, 4, 6 mo. 1812. 
Their children: 
Mary Jane, born 13, 8 mo. 1816; married William Hussey, 

Berwick. 
Huldah v., 22, 5 mo. 1820; disowned; restored. 
Gilman L., 31, 12 mo. 1823. 
Job v., 7, 11 mo. 1825. 
Sarah, 11, 10 mo. 1828; died 8, 6 mo. 1831. 
John, 10, 11 mo. 1830. (F. F. R., L 96.) 



24 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Miles Varney; page 52; died 23, 2 mo. 1848. 
Love Canney; page 35. 

Married at Rochester, 7, 10 mo. 1807. 
Their children: 

Achsa, born 1, 3 mo. 1809; married out to Elkins 

and disowned. 
Ivory, 7, 2 mo. 1812. 
Mary Dame, 20, 12 mo. 1814. 

Love Tibbetts, 25, 1 mo. 1818; died 28, 8 mo. 1826. 
Othnie], 29, 5 mo. 1822. 
Timothy Hussey; page 67; died 21, 2 mo. 1824. 
Elizabeth Hussey; page 48; died 25, 1 mo. 1828. 
Married at Dover, 3, 2 mo. 1808. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Hannah,* born 16, 10 mo. 1808; married out to T. Snell; 

disowned. 
Mary, 22, 12 mo. 1809; married out; disowned. 
Othniel Varney; page 52; died 24, 3 mo. 1864. 
Anna Jones; died 27, 10 mo. 1858. 

Married at Gilmanton, 2, 11 mo. 1809. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Mary, born 5, 4 mo. 1811; died 24, 11 mo. 1834. 
Richard Jones, 27, 11 mo. 1812; page 118. 
Hannah Jones, 14, 9 mo. 1815; married her cousin Richard 

H. Jones and was disowned. 
Lucy, 16, 9 mo. 1817; died 22, 8 mo. 1819. 
Amos, 24, 3 mo. 1820. 
Cyrus, 28, 8 mo. 1823; disowned in 1851. 
Gulielma, 29, 8 mo. 1825; married. 
James Jones, Jr.; page 63; born 31, 8 mo. 1775; came in by 

request 9 mo. 1798; died 24, 10 mo. 1866. 
Ruth Hanson; page 60; died 19, 4 mo. 1859. 
Married at Gilmanton, 2, 11 mo. 1809. 
Their Children: 
William, born 23, 10 mo. 1810; died 24, 3 mo. 1820. 
Richard H., 19, 5 mo. 1814; married his cousin Anna 

Jones Varney and was disowned. 
Amos, 8, 5 mo. 1816; page 118; married Hannah B. Bassett. 
James A., 17, 5 mo. 1824. 
William, 17, 5 mo. 1824. 
Richard Jones; came in by request 1796; died 6, 7 mo. 1840. 
Anna Jones, his wife; came in 1798; died 21, 1 mo. 1832. 
*See Correction, vol. vi, page 47. — Ed. 



FAJyiILY KECOEDS. 25 

Children: 
Susanna, by request 1804; married Daniel Bassett of Wolf- 
borough. 
Anna, by request 1804; married Othinel Varney. 

(F. F. R., I: 97.) 
Ephraim Roberts; page 29; died 25, 9 mo. 1857. 
Hannah Roberts; died 21, 3 mo. 1839. 

Married at Rochester, 4, 2 mo. 1813. 
Their children born in Farmmgton: 
Amasa, born 2, 3 mo. 1814; disowned. 
Emily, 26, 12 mo. 1815; married out to George Leighton; 

she died 16, 12 mo. 1855. 
Anelietta, 11, 10 mo. 1820; married out to David L. 
Drew. 
George D. Varney; page 69; disowned. 
Sarah Whittier; page 71. 

Married at Dover, 2, 6 mo. 1813. 
Their children born in Somersworth: 
Obadiah, born 16, 12 mo. 1814; died 1 mo. 1815, 
Sarah, 13, 1 mo. 1816; married Daniel Purinton. 
Samuel, 1, 11 mo. 1822. 
Dillwin, 8, 2 mo. 1825. 
Stephen Varney; page 64. 
Mercy Varney; page 59. 

Married at Rochester, 5, 5 mo. 1814. 
Their children born in Farmington: 
Mary, born 19, 8 mo. 1815; married out and disowned. 
Sarah, 4, 6 mo. 1818. 
Stephen; died. 
John F., 1, 2 mo. 1829. 
Henry Arthur, 2, 2 mo. 1832; died. 

William P., 16, 3 mo. 1835; certificate of removal to Maine. 
Ephraim Jenkins; page 58; died 23, 4 mo. 1857. 
Mary Varney; page 59; died 5, 6 mo. 1859. 

Married at Rochester, 3, 11 mo. 1814. 
Their children born in Madbury. 
Caroline, born 11, 8 mo. 1815; disowned. 
Mary Ann, 5, 8 mo. 1817; disowned. 
Hannah Jane, 16, 6 mo. 1819. 
Sarah, 23, 11 mo. 1820; disowned 1852. 
Elizabeth, 24, 11 mo. 1822; died 19, 12 mo. 1823. 
Jonathan, 2, 10 mo. 1824. 
Ephraun, 26, 9 mo. 1826; disowned. (F. F. R., I: 98.) 



KINGSTON FIRST CHUKCH RECORDS. 



BAPTISMS BY EEV. JOSEPH SECOMB. 

[Continued from Vol. V, page 160.] 

1751 May 19"' Martha, Daughter of Samuel Winslow 
jun--. 
26*'' William, Son of William Silloway & Hephzibah 
Daughter of Hezekiah Bede. 
June 2'* Dorothy, Daughter of Jonathan Young. 

16*'' Joseph Severance & his wife renewed their Bap- 
tismal Covenant & their Son Joseph was baptized. 
23'* Elizabeth, Daughter of John Thorn. 
25*" Hezekiah, Son of Jonathan Blake and Ephraim, 

Son of Israel Diman. 
30*" John, Son David French, & Elisha, Son of Zeca- 
riah Judkins. 
July 21^* Sarah, daughter of Samuel French, & Martha, 
Daughter of Elisha Clough and Dolly, Daughter 
of Samuel Eastman jun'". 
28*" At the New West Meeting House Ebenezer Son 
of Benjamin Tucker and Susanna, Daughter of 
Timothy Perrin. 
August, 4*" Martha, Daughter of John Judkins, and Fol- 
ingsby. Son of Benjamin Shaw. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 58.) 
August 11*" Jonathan, Son of Trueworthy Lad, & 
Joseph, Son of William Morey. 
18*" Jonathan, Son of Benjamin Tucker & Jonathan 

Tyler, Son of Paul Morgan. 
25*" Jeremiah, Son of Joseph Bean, and Jonathan, Son 

of David Welch. 
28*" Baptized by the Rev"* M"" James Cushmg at the 
West Meeting House Stephen, Son of Philip Wells; 
Carr, Samuel & Enoch Sons & Nanny, Daughter of 
Paul Chase. 
September 8*" Peter, Son of Theophilus Griffin. 
16*" Ruth, Daughter of John Young. 

22** Sarah, Daughter of James Thorn. 



BAPTISMS. 27 

1751 October 20*'^ Mary, Daughter of Cap* Tucker & 

John, Son of Nathaniel Lad. 
November 3*^ Margaret, Daughter of William Sanborn. 
17"" Richard Kenniston & His Wife owned the Cove- 
nant & I baptized their Son Reuben. 
December 8"" Elisha, Son of Lieu* Swett, Jacob Quinby 
& his wife & Ezekiel Flanders & his wife* renewed 
their Baptismal Covenant & I baptized their child- 
ren; the name of Quinby's child was Miriam, Flan- 
ders child called Nathaniel. 

(K. F. C. R., L 59.) 
28"* Dorothy, Daughter of Benjamin Sanborn. 

1752 Jany 1** Judith, Daughter of Samuel Davis. 
12*"* Mehitable, Daughter of John Morril. 
15*** Rachel, Daughter of Samuel Webster. 

19^^ Ann, Daughter of Jonathan Choat lately deceased. 
February 6^^ Judith, Daughter of John Davis; & Benja- 
min & Jonathan Sons of Thomas Wadleigh, who 
had own'd y® Cov'. 
9"" Simeon, Son of Tristram Sanborn jun'' & Mary, 

Daughter of Daniel M'^Pherson. 
W^ Ebenezer, Son of Samuel Fifield. 
23*^ Joseph, Son of Joseph Judkins & Joanna, Daugh- 
ter of Jonathan French. 
March S*** Joseph, Son of Samuel Sanborn jun*". 
28*'' Sarah, Daughter of William Bussel jun^ 
April 12"" At the West Meeting-House Jonathan, Son of 
Theophilus Eaton; Silas, Son of Silas Cammet; & 
Mary, Daughter of Meshech Gurdey. 
25*'' Zipporah & Mariah twin daughters of Caleb Tole. 

(K. F. C. R., L 60.) 
April 26*'* Mary, Daughter of William Calef; Isaac, Son 
of Abraham Sanborn; Benjamin, Son of Timothy 
Easeman; Abigail, Daughter of Paul Dudley; & 
Moses, Son of Ephraim Severance jun^ 
May 17*" Rachel, the Daughter of David Tilton. 

31^* Martha, Daughter of William Bussel tertius. 
June 7*'' Joseph, Son of Joshua Webster; Mahew, Son of 
John Clark; Enos, Son of Peter Sanborn; Nathaniel, 
Son of John Bartlet; Mehitable, Daughter of Wil- 
liam Clifford; Sarah, Daughter of Amasa Dow; 
& John Son of Oliver Smith. 
*Certain words are omitted, — Ed. 



28 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1752 June 14"^ John, Son of Elias Reno & Israel, Son of 
Ebenezer Page. 

19'*' Eben, Son of Ezra Tucker. 

21*'' Sarah, Daughter of John Gilman; Mary, Daughter 
of Stephen Gilman; Sarah, daughter of David Bean; 
Mehitable, Daughter of Jeremiah Philbrick; Elisha 
Bachiller & his wife renewed their baptismal Cove- 
nant & their Son Josiah was baptized. 

28'^ Sarah, daughter of Joshua Woodman. 
July S"' Jabez, Son of Jabez Clough. (K. F. C. R., I: 61.) 

13"' Betty, Daughter of Jonathan Smith & Hannah, 
Daughter of Iddo Webster. 

igth piiiiip^ Son of Benjamin Hunton. 

26*^'^ John Straw & his wife renewed y Baptismal Gov' 
publickly at y® West Meeting House & I baptized 
y^ Son Jolui, & Mary daughter of Chalice Dow. 
August 3*^ Edward Lufkin & his wife* renewed their Bap- 
tismal Covenant & I baptized theu' Daughter Han- 
nah, & Mercy, Daughter of John James; Jacob, Son 
of Humphrey Hook; Apphia, Daughter of Henry 
Morril. 

23*^ Joseph, Son of Joseph Fellows. 

30*'' Abraham, Son of John Fifield. 
September 7*''f John Blaisdel, Son of William Sleeper. 
October 15^^ Ann, Daughter of Benjamin French; Lizza, 
Daughter of Eb"" Hutcheson; Sarah, Daughter of 
Daniel Gilman jun"^; & Rachel, Daughter of Abel 
Tandy. 

22** The Widow Mary Brown renew'd her Baptismal 
Covenant, & I baptized her Daughter, Mary. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 62.) 
November 19"" Thomas Philbrick, son of Samuel Hunton. 

26"* Elizabeth, Daughter of John Page. 
December 3*^ Eleanor, Daughter of Samuel Welch & 
Anna, Daughter of Joseph Severance. 

17"' Margaret, Daughter of Abraham Smith. 

24'" Rebecca, Daughter of Zachariah Judkins & Hul- 
dah. Daughter of William Sanborn. 

31** Paul, Son of Paul Sanborn; & John Welch & his 
wife renew'd their Baptismal Covenant & I bap- 
tized their Son, Benjamin. 

*Certain words are omitted. t Probably intended for 17th, as 

there was no Sept. 7, in the year 1752. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 29 

1753 January 21** Samuel Tandy & his wife renew'd their 
baptismal Covenant & their son Richard was bap- 
tized. 

25** Ichabod Shaws adopted child called Daniel. 

28** Eleanor, Daughter of William Morey. 
February 4'*' Isaac, Son of Joseph Clifford. 

11** Nathan Jones & his wife own the Covenant & He 
was baptized; also Iddo the Son of Samuel Scribner 
was baptized; Ebenezer Long & his wife made their 
acknowledgement & I baptized their Daughter 
Mary. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 63.) 
February 25 Joseph Eastman & his wife renew'd their 
baptismal Covenant; I baptized their Daughter 
Sarah; and Sarah George was baptiz'd & received 
to full communion. Also Caleb, the Son of Joel 
Judkins was baptized. 
March 25*'' Mehitable, Daughter of Trueworthy Lad. 
April 1^* Esther, a Child of Robert Barber. 

S**" John, Son of John Folsham; & Joseph Worth's 
Daughter Lydia, John Young jun'' & his wife re- 
new'd their baptismal Covenant & their Son Joseph 
was baptized. 
15*** Samuel Sanborn jun'^s Daughter Sarah. 
22** Mary, Daughter of Obediah Clough. 
26*** The Children of Nathan Jones viz: Ezra, Ephraun, 
Miriam & John; and Stephen & Simon, sons of Asa 
Flanders; Samuel Bean's son William; & Joseph, 
son of Thomas Wadleigh. 
29*'^ Daniel Brown's Daughter Miriam; Mary, Daugh- 
ter of Nathaniel Hunton; & John, Son of Charles 
Hunton. 
May 13*" Samuel, Son of Benjamin Scylla; & Sarah, 
Daughter of Samuel Hunton jun'". 

(K. F. C. R., L 299.) 
May 20*" John Son of John Judkins. 

27*" Jonathan, Son of David Weed; & David, Son of 

Timothy Sanborn. 
29*" Phmehas, Son of M-^ Clemens. 
June 1** Phinehas, Son of Jacob Hook. 

3** David & Jonathan twin Children of Simmons Bus- 
sel; & Elizabeth, Daughter of Jethro Sanborn. 



30 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1753 July 1^' Judith, Daughter of Joseph Fowler. 
August S*** Trueworthy, Son of Davidson Dudley. 

19*^ Abigail, Daughter of William Sylloway; Jemima, 
David Tilton's child; & Moses Heath & his wife 
own'd the Baptismal Covenant, & I baptized their 
Daughter Elizabeth. 
26"* Jonathan, Son of Eliphalet Quinby. 
30"* The wife of Charles Chace own'd the Cov* pri- 
vately & engaged to do it publickly, on the first 
opportunity & I baptized Her Son Enoch, 
ggptr gth Samuel, Son of Samuel French. 
Ocf 7"* Philip, Son of Josiah Judkins. 

21** Elizabeth, wife of Charles Chace renewed her bap- 
tismal Covenant publickly, & I baptized Elizabeth, 
Daughter of Isaac Smith. 
Novemb"" 11"* Benjamin, Son of Nathaniel Lad. 
December 2*^ Mehitable, Daughter of Jonathan French. 
9** Jonathan, Son of Jonathan Blake. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 300.) 

23*^ Margaret, Daughter of Moses Sleeper Jun"^. 

1754 January 13*** Mariah, Daughter of John March; & 

Ann, Daughter of Silas Cammet. 

20*** Israel, Son of Dyer Hook, & Mary Daughter of 
Samuel Easeman. 
February 10"* Joanna, Daughter of Jonathan Young. 
Trustram Quimby & his wife renew'd their Baptis- 
mal Covenant, & I baptized their Daughter Mary. 

13"* Nathan, Son of Nathan Jones. 

17"* Jonathan, Son of Edward Sleeper & Jonas, Son 
of Hezekiah Sleeper. 

21** Love, Daughter of Reuben Clough. 

24tu Ann, Daughter of Elisha Clough & Hannah, 
Daughter of Benjamin Tucker. 
March 17"* Hannah, Daughter of Samuel Colcord & Han- 
nah, Daughter of James Carr. 

31"* Elizabeth, Daughter of Samuel Fifield & Hezekiah, 
Son of John Young. 

(K. F. C. R., L 301.) 
April 14"* Peter, Son of Ephraim Severance jun''. 

28"* Samuel, Son of John Fifield & John, Son of Ed- 
ward Lufkin. 

May 5*** Joseph Staniel, Son of Samuel Webster. 



BAPTISMS. 31 

1754 June 9'^ Elizabeth wife of Sanders Can renewed her 

Baptismal Covenant & was admitted to the Privi- 
lege of having her children baptized. And her 
Children Solomon, Lydia, Priscilla, Anna, and 
Sarah were baptized. I baptized also Joel, the Son 
of Zechariah Judkins & Hannah, Daughter of Aaron 
Quinby. 
16*^ Mary, Infant Servant of John Hunton, Sarah, 
Daughter of M'' Benjamin Webster & Henry, Son 
of Thomas Elkins. 
30"* Abraham, Son of John Thorn. 
July 12*'* Phinehas, Son of John Davis, and Miriam 
Daughter of Ezra Tucker. 
14*** Mary, Daughter of Trustram Sanborn Tertius. 
August ll*** James, Son of James Thorn. 
September 1** Benjamin, Son of Benjamin Choat & Sarah, 
Daughter of David French. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 302.) 
22*^ Elizabeth, Daughter of John Paige. 
October 13*^ Mary, Daughter of Joseph Fellows & Sarah 
Daughter of Elisha Bacheldor. 
27*^* At the West Meeting House John Hersay's 
Daughter Mary, Benjamin Shaw's Anna, David 
Sleeper's Sons Edmund & Nathan; Benjamin 
Tucker's Daughter Mary, John Straw's Patty, 
Meshech Gurdy's Judith. 
November 3*^ Peter, Son of Timothy Easeman & Anne, 
Daughter of Abel Tandy. 
lO*'* Hannah Colby, a young woman own'd the Cove- 
nant & was baptized. 
December 5*** Hannah, Daughter of Joseph Eastman. 
8"* Maria, Daughter of Eben"^ Long. 
22"^ Hannah, Humphrey Hook's Daughter. 
29"' William Calef's Daughter Hannah. 

1755 January 5"* Moses Sweat, Son of Benjamin Sweat. 
10"* Mary, Daughter of Jonathan Sanborn (above 

Beach Plain.) 
19"* Jethro, Son of William Sanborn. 
February 2^ Anne, Daughter of Willian Sleeper & Mary, 
Daughter of Ezekiel Flanders. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 303.) 
23** D'' Bartlet & his wife renew'd their Baptismal 
Covenant & I baptized their Daughter Mary. 



32 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1755 March 2*^ Paul Presby & his wife own'd the Cove- 
nant & I baptized Him & his Daughter Betty. 
23'^ Charles, Son of Samuel Hunton, & William, Son 

of William Tandy. 
.SO** Samuel, Son of Amasa Dow & Judith, Daughter 
of William Bussel tertius. 
April lO**" Mary, Daughter of John Morril. 

IS^ Mary, Daughter of Joshua Woodman, and David, 

Son of David Tilton. 
20"* Thomas Bede & his wife renew'd their baptismal 
Covenant & I baptized their Son EU. 
May 4"* Ebenezer, Son of Samuel Scrivener. 
ll'** John, Son of Trueworthy Lad. 
18"* Ezekiel Eaton, Daniel Cheney & their wives re- 
new'd their baptismal Covenant. 
25'** I baptized Hannah Daughter of John Welch. 
June 1^^ Jethro, Son of Cap* Jethro Sanborn, and Pear- 
son, Son of Jonathan Smith. 
^^ At the West Meeting House, Moses Sanborn his 
Son Reuben, & Sarah, Daughter of Thomas Huse; 
«& Asa Son of Moses Heath; Nathaniel, Son of Dan- 
iel Cheney; & Ezekiel Eaton's Son James; & Sam- 
uel Son of Joseph Ordway. 
IS*** Sarah, Daughter of William Morey. 
22* Jeremiah, Son of Joseph Clifford; Miriam, Daugh- 
ter of Henry Morrel; Jonathan, Son of Abraham 
Smith, & Jeremy, Son of Samuel Paul Dudley. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 304.) 
June 29"* Thomas, Son of Thomas Wadleigh. 
July 5*** Mary, wife of Samuel Bussel. 

13*'* Cornelius, Son of Benjamin Clough & Abigail, 

Daughter of William Scylla. 
17"* Joseph & Sarah, Trine Children of Elias Reno, y® 

other dyed presently after the Birth. 
20"* Elizabeth, Daughter of Stephen Bachelder, &, Elea- 
nor, Daughter of John Straw, &, Elizabeth, Daugh- 
ter of Samuel Sanborn jun"", these were baptized at 
the West Meeting House. 
27"* Hitty, Daughter of Ephraim Winslow. 
August 3*^ Elizabeth, Daughter of Sam" Hunton jun^ 
10"* Jedediah, the Son of Cap* Hubbard. 
24th phineas & Dolly twin Children of John Gilman. 
September 7*** Ezekiel, Son of Daniel Brown. 



FIRST CONGREGATIO]SrAL CHURCH 
RECORDS, ROCHESTER, 1^. H. 



MARRIAGES BY REV. JOSEPH HAVEN. 
[Continued from Vol. V, page 152.] 

1822 Dec' W^ Benj. Clark with Abigail Richardson both 
of Rochester 

1823 Jan-^ 26^'^ Joseph S. Ellis with Maiy Remick both of 
Rochester 

March 16"^ Benj. Jelerson with Lydia Heard both of 
Rochester 

June 1^* Job N. Tuttle of Providence R. I. with Ester 
Blake of This Town 

July 20*** Solomon Adams of Middleton, Massachusetts 
with Ruth Haven of Rochester, New Hampshire 

August 28th. Timothy Ricker with Dorothy Richard- 
son by Mr Haven 

September 3d. Eleazer Ham of Rochester with Betsy 
Robinson of Barriugton by T. C. Upham. 

Nov"^ 20"" Ephraim Corson of Lebanon with Mary John- 
son of Rochester 

NoV^ 25*^ Josiah York Jun"^ of Middleton with Sabra 
Hayes of Rochester 

1824 Feb'' 3^^ Timothy Brewster of Barrington with Han- 
nah Stevens of Alton 

March 1** Daniel Rogers with Anna W Roberts both of 

Rochester 
May 13'^ Tho^ Randal with Lucinda Perkins both of 

Rochester 

MARRIAGES BY REV. THOMAS C. UPHAM. 

Eleazer Ham of Rochester & Betsey Robinson of Barrington, 

Septemb. 3, in the year 1823. 
David Barker, Jr. & Mary Upham, both of Rochester, (by 

Rev. Mr. Haven) October 2, 1823.* 
Charles Jenness & Elizabeth Smith, by Mr. Haven, October 

27, 1823. 

*In the original, year given only at beginning of year, but to save 
confusion yvQ have repeated the year in record of each marriage. — Ed. 



34 EOCHESTER MAERIAGES. 

Dudley Hayes of Rochester & Deborah H. Brewster of Bar- 

rington, Nov. 16, 1823. 
Edward S. Ricker & Tammy Waldron, both of Dover, Nov. 

20, 1823. 
Joseph Piiikham of Madbury & Sarah Burly of Milton, Jan. 

29, 1824. 
Ichabod Seavey & Relief Courson, both of Dover, March 4, 

1824. 
Eliza Hanscomb & Jeremiah Chase of Dover, March 18, 1824. 
Huldah Hussey & Benj^ Page Jun. of Dover, March 21, 

1824. 
Daniel Corson & Eliza Pierce, both of Portsmouth, March 

28, 1824. 
Augustus Rollins of Somersworth & Abiah Wiukley of Bar- 

rington, May 29, 1824. 
James Downs & Miriam Randall, both of Rochester, August 

5, 1824. 
Tho's A. Clark of Roxbury & Mrs. Sally Perkins of Roches- 
ter, August 19, 1824. 
Stephen Wentworth & Lucinda Hayes, both of Rochester, 

September 5, 1824. 
Wm. Morril 3*^, Salisbury, Mass. & Abigail Seavey, Dover, 

N. H., Sept. 16, 1824. 
Jonas C. March & Sarah Ann Shannon, both of Rochester, 

Sept. 27, 1824. 
Lydia W. Main & Stephen F. Young of Strafford, Nov. 11, 

1824. 
Jabez Dame & Widow Hannah Goodwin, both of Rochester, 

Dec. 12, 1824. 
John A. Hayes of R. & Sabra Waldron of Dover, Dec. 16, 

1824. 
Daniel F. Willey & Mary Clark, both of Dover, Dec. 19, 

1824. 
Stephen Jackson & Betsey Place, both of Rochester, Dec. 24, 

1824. 
Jas. Gerrish, Jun., of Lebanon & Rhoda Plumer of Roches- 
ter, Jan. 2, 1825. 
Jonathan Weeks & Mary Dame, both of Rochester, Jan. 11, 

1825. 
John Hayes of Milton & Sally Wingate of Farmington, Jan. 

13, 1825. 
W" Hale & Eliza Ann Shackford, both of Barrington, Feb. 

15, 1825, 



EOCHESTER IVIAERIAGES. 35 

Ichabod Hayes & Sarah Plumer, both of Farmington, Feb. 

16, 1825. 
Israel Hoyt & Lydia Varney, both of Rochester, Feb. 16, 

1825. 
John C. Dearborn & Eliza Wyatt, both of Dover, April 23, 

1825. 
Joseph Hanson, Jr., Esq. and Miss Hannah March, both of 

Rochester, married by Rev. Federal Burt of Durham, N. 

H., May 8*'> 1825. 
Jona. Copp of Tuftonboro and Hannah Hayes, the daughter 

of Deac. Hayes, married by Hatevil Knight, Esquire, Feb^ 

28^ 1825. 
John Richardson 3^ & Hannah Downs of Rochester, May 26, 

1825. 
Peter Folsom & Abigail Harford of Rochester, May 29, 1825, 

by Mr Upham. 
June 24"" 1825. John D. Hoyt and Widow Sarah McGouch, 

both of Norway Plains, married by Elder Joseph Boody of 

New Durham. 
July 24*'" 1825. Nicholas Whitehouse and Susan Place both 

of Rochester, married by Elder Enoch Place of Strafford. 

MAREIAGES BY REV. ISAAC WILLEY. 

Mr. Samuel Chamberlain & Miss Susan Tebbets, Jan. 20, 

1826. 
Dr. John McCrillis of Berwick, Me., Betsey F'urber, Far- 
mington, N. H., March 10, 1826. 
Ivory M. Nute, Milton, Phebe Hurd, Rochester, March 14, 

1826. 
Leonard Tibbets, Rochester, Lucy Cross, Rochester, April 

31, 1826. 
Enoch M. Clark, Wolfborough, Sarah Hayes of Milton, June 

8, 1826. 
John Bickford, 4^, Rochester, Pamelia Hodgdon, Rochester, 

June 18, 1826. 
Samuel Goodwin, 2*^, Berwick, Susan Hanson, Somersworth, 

June 18, 1826. 
Isaac Bickford, Rochester, Mehitable Henderson, Rochester, 

July 2, 1826. 
WilUam Currier, Rochester, Mehitable Hayes, Rochester, 

Sept. 13, 1826. 
Otis Stackpole, Rochester, Lucy Hurd, Rochester, Dec. 10, 

1826. 



36 ROCHESTER MARRIAGES. 

Dr. James Farrington, Rocliester, Mary D. Hanson, Roches- 
ter, March 8, 1827. 
Solomon Babb, Strafford, Abigail Meader, Rochester, March 

12, 1827. 
Wm. Allard, Dover & Elizabeth Ann Hussey, Dover, April 

12, 1827. 
Jacob Clark, Dover & Susan McDuffee, Rochester, July 8, 

1827. 
Jacob Williams, Dover & Elizabeth Colomy, Dover, July 10, 

1827. 
Elijah H. Tibbetts, Berwick, Me., Deborah V. Meader, Roch- 
ester, N. H., July 22, 1827. 
Benjamin Barker, Great Falls, Eliza W. March, Rochester, 

August 13, 1827. 
Oliver Evans, Rochester, Mary Lock, Rochester, Sept. 19, 

1827. 
Daniel Randall, Jun., Somersworth, Judith Nason, Dover, 

October 1, 1827. 
Gershom Home, Somersworth, Sarah Roberts, Somersworth, 

Oct. 7, 1827. 
James Harty,* Dover & Susan Lord, Berwick, Oct. 16, 1827. 
Stephen Twombly, Rochester, Olive Plumer, Rochester, Oct. 

28, 1827. 
Thomas I. Canney, Somersworth, Sally Waldron, Dover, 

Nov. 18, 1827. 
John H. Downs, Farmington, Mary P. Roberts, Rochester, 

Nov. 28, 1827. 
Thomas I. McDuffee, Rochester, Ann Randall, Rochester, 

Nov. 29, 1827. 
Isaac Jenness, Jun., Rochester, Hannah Tibbets, Berwick, 

Dec. 4, 1827. 
Aaron C. Marsh, Danvers, Mass., Abigail R. Ham, Rochester, 

N. H., Dec. 23, 1827. 
George Waterhouse & Eliza W. Twombly, Barrington, April 

4, 1828. 
Wm. W. Rollins, Somersworth, Elizabeth R. Frost, Durham, 

May 26, 1828. 
Stephen Jenness, Rochester, Mercv McDuffee, Rochester, 

June 1*' 1828. 
Noah Tebbets, Esq., Parsonsfield, Me., Mary Esther Wood- 
man, Rochester, June 3** 1828. 

*This name could read Hasty nearly as well, the latter is a Dover 
name. — Ed. 



EOCHESTEK MAEEIAGES. 37 

Isaac Cowell, Somerswortli, G. F., Mercy Keith, Somers- 

worth, July 27, 1828. 
Simon Marden, Dover, Phebe Otis, Dover, August 10, 1828. 
Jacob I. Demeritt, Rochester, Elizabeth Evans, Rochester, 

August 13, 1828. 
Hiram W. Dawley, Somersworth, Mary Haven, Dover, Au- 
gust 27, 1828. 
Daniel Jenness, Dover, Abiah B. Hart, Dover, Sept. 8, 

1828. 
Samuel Dunston, Dover, Susan Dow, Dover, Oct. 12, 1828. 
William W. Lord, Milton, Mercy Langton, Lebanon, Me., 

Oct. 14, 1828. 
Phinehas Varney, Rochester, Huldah Went worth, Farming- 
ton, Dec. 31, 1828. 
Sam^ Tibbets, Jun., Rochester, Eliza Stackpole, Rochester, 

Jan. 20, 1829. 
Moses Chamberlain, Rochester, Nancy Wentworth, Rochester, 

May 3'! 1829. 
John McDuffee, Jun., Rochester, Joanna Hanson, Rochester, 

June 24, 1829. 
Daniel Foss, Barrington, Mary Ann Tibbetts, Strafford, Oct. 

31^' 1829. 
John L. Roberts, Rochester, Rebecca P. Home, Farmington, 

Nov. 26, 1829. 
Joseph Dame, Rochester, & Lydia M. Roberts, Rochester, 

Dec. 15, 1829. 
Robinson Foss of Rye, Charlotte Holmes of Rochester, Jan. 

17"^ 1830. 
Presbury West of St. Johnsbury, County of Caladonia, & 

State of Vermont to Esther Woodman, Rochester, N. H., 

Jan. 17"^ 1830. 
Dr. Joseph H. Smith, Rochester, Meribah Hanson, Rochester, 

March 7"^ 1830. 
Luther Gile, Haverhill, Mass., Esther Ricker, Rochester, N. 

H., May 27, 1830. 
Lewis Cross, Rochester, Mary Clark, Rochester, June 29, 

1830. 
James H. Roberts, Somersworth, Lydia Ann Hopkinson, 

Somersworth, July 11"^ 1830. 
Stephen Shorey, Rochester, Louisa Corson, Rochester, July 

15*^ 1830. 
Heman Gibbs, Somersworth, Joanna Laington, Somersworth, 

August 19"^ 1830. 



38 ROCHESTER MARRIAGES. 

Jonathan W. Freeman, Somers worth, Sarah Ann March, 

Rochester, Sept. IS**" 1830. 
Jeremiah Lord, 3*^, Berwick, Mary Ann Varney, Rochester, 

Oct. 11'^ 1830. 
Noah Home, Farmington, Abigail Plumer, Farmington, Nov. 

11"^ 1830. 
John F. McDuffee, Rochester, Lucy Flagg, Rochester, Nov. 

21, 1830. 
Elder John T. G. Colby, Ossipee, Camela Home, Rochester, 

Nov. 24, 1830. 
Wm. Jackson, Rochester, Lavinia Corson, Rochester, Dec. 5, 

1830. 
Thomas Watson, Rochester, Betsey McDuffee, Rochester, 

Dec. 30, 1830. 
John Varney, Rochester, Kezia Varney, Milton, Jan. 28, 

183 L 
Enoch Hoit, Rochester, Widow Patty Corson, Rochester, 

Feb. 20, 1831. 
Benjamin Furber, Rochester, Olive Hussey, Rochester, March 

26"^ 1831. 
James M. W. Downs, Farmington, Abigail C. Roberts, Roch- 
ester, April 17, 1831. 
George Barker, Rochester, Emily J. March, Rochester, June 

21, 183L 
James Bell, Gilmanton, Judith A. Upham, Rochester, July 

6, 1831. 
Ebenezer Varney, Dover, Elizabeth Varney, Rochester, Au- 
gust 25, 1831. 
Benj. H. Twombly, Somersworth, Asenath Young, Somers- 

worth, Oct. 28*'^ 1831. 
John Garland, Dover, Sophia Adams, Dover, Nov. 15*" 1831. 
Col. Levi Jones, Milton, Mrs. Sally Wallingford, Milton, Nov. 

23, 1831. 
Levi Cochran of Vienna, Maine, Alice C. Furber, Rochester, 

Nov. 13"' 1831. 
Frederick G. Downs of Lebanon, Me., Ruth T. Roberts, 

Rochester, N. H., Feb. 22, 1832. 
Capt. James Bradbury, Limerick, Me., Miranda Emery, Roch- 
ester, March 7''' 1832. 
Charles Baird, Saco, Maine, Ann M. Hurd, Rochester, March 

25^'' 1832. 
Isaac Bickford, Rochester, Abigail Hayes, Rochester, May 8, 

1832. 



KOCHESTER MARRIAGES. 39 

Isaac Libby, Rochester, Dorothy Allen, Rochester, June 3*^ 

1832. 
Daniel M. Moony, Rochester, Hester Ann Hanson, Rochester, 

June 3^' 1832. 
Capt. John C. Wingate, Farmington, Eliza Hayes, Milton, 

June 21^' 1832. 
Phinehas Hoit, Rochester, Leonora Tebbetts, Rochester, Nov. 

28, 1832. 
James Hanson, Somersworth, Sarah Hanson, Berwick, Me., 

Dec. 6"^ 1832. 
Horace P. Watson, Dover, Betsey C. Ham, Rochester, Jan. 

6"> 1833. 
Paul Ham, Jr., Rochester, Abigail Y. Hayes, Rochester, 

March 4"^ 1833. 
Ephraim Perkins, Rochester, Susan Wentworth, Milton, 

March 18"^ 1833. 
Jewett Wrisley of Dover, Ann W. Roberts, Rochester, May 

12''^ 1833. 
Henry S. Home & Caroline Plummer, Rochester, Oct. 14, 

1833. 
Isaac Austin, Dover, Phebe Richardson, Dover, Oct. 24, 

1833. 
George^F. Wiggin, Sandwich, Mehitable Goodwin, Roches- 
ter, Oct. 28, 1833. 
Alvah Spinney, Wakefield, Joanna Twombly, Rochester, Oct. 

28, 1833. 
George Gilman, Rochester, Idela Randall, Rochester, Nov. 

17"^ 1833. 
Otis Johnson, Rochester, Eliza Brewster, Rochester, Nov. 

IT^"^ 1833. 
Sam' M. Norton, Kittery, Me., Susan Maine, Rochester, Dec. 

16*'' 1833. 

Moses Bickford, Rochester, Deborah Tuttle, Dover, Feb. Q^^ 
1834. 

Jonathan T. Seavey, Rochester, Abigail McDuffee, Roches- 
ter, Feb. 25*'^ 1834. 

Meshech Hanscom, Rochester, Hannah G. Rand, Rochester, 
March 9"^ 1834. 

Alfred Locke, Barrington, Mary Ann D. Seavey, Rochester, 
August 5"^ 1834. 

Elijah Hussey, Dover, Caroline N. Harford, Dover, August 
28, 1834. 



40 ROCHESTER MARRIAGES. 

Paul M. Hayes, Dover, Emily Ham, Rochester, Sept. 18**" 
1834. 

Joseph Meader, Dover, Abigail Nason, Dover, Nov. 26, 
1834. 

William Burley, Wakefield, Lydia Glidden, New Market, 
Dec. 2, 1834. 

Edward F. Watson, Lowell, Mass., Meribah Ami Maine, 
Rochester, March 22, 1835. 

Elijah Austin, Madbury, Sarah C. Hayes, Farmington, Au- 
gust 6, 1835. 

MARRIAGES BY REV. FRANCIS V. PIKE. 

1839. April 7. Louis Turner of Bangor, Maine, & Caro- 
line Hale of Rochester. 

July 31. Enoch W. Chase & Martha Jane Roberts of 
Rochester. 

1840. March 1^' Charles Brown & Louisa McDuffee of 
Rochester. 

April 16. Thos. Wright of Dover & Mrs. Betsey Ladd 
of Rochester. 

April 16. Ivory Bragdon & Betsey Whitehouse of Roch- 
ester. 

June 21. Stephen Hanson 2** of Dover & Martha Ann 
Varney of Milton. 

Aug. 10. Howland Otis of Prospect, Me. & Elizabeth J. 
Hayes of Rochester. 

Sept. 7. Timothy Morgan of Farmington & Caroline A. 
Chase of Portsmouth. 

1841. March 11. Asa Roberts & Elizabeth Tebbetts of 
Rochester. 

March 16. Daniel Hoitt & Nancy Twombly of Ports- 
mouth. 

July 15. Tobias Wentworth & Caroline Kimball of Roch- 
ester. 

Sept. 7. Joseph Cate of Barrington to Sarah McDulfee 
of Rochester (Neck). 

Sept. 29. Jer** Waterhouse & Martha A. Winkley of Bar- 
rington. 

Sept. 29. Jas. H. Edgerly & Emeline Roberts of Roch- 
ester. 

Hero end the Marriages given on the records of the First Congrega- 
tional Church, Rochester, N. H., none of which are on the Public Rec- 
ords of Rochester except a few of the Marriages by Rev. Francis V. 
Pike.— Ed. 



NORTH CHURCH RECORDS, 
PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 



BAPTISMS BY EEV. SAMUEL LANGDON, D. D. 
[Continued from Vol. V, page 189.] 

1770 Aug* 5 John Child of Samuel Sherburne & 
Sherburne 
Richard Child of Richard Jenkins & Jenkins 

Geo. Walker Child of Nathaniel Shannon & 

Shannon 
John Child of John Sherburne & Sherburne 

Sept'" 2 Richard, Man, Richard Caverly 
Thomas Child of ditto & 
9 David Child of David & Brewster 

16 Nathi Child of Nath^ Peverly & Peverly 

John Child of Ditto do 

Samuel Child of Mark & Hannah Nelson 

(N. C. R., Ill: 82.) 
30 Hannah Child of Joseph & Peverly 

Octob"^ 7 Elizabeth Child of Nehemiah & Wheeler 

14 Nero Child of Archelaus M'' Jaffreys negroe & Pegg 

M"^ Sherburnes negroe 
21 Lucey Child of Benjamin & Biglo 

Jonathan Child of John & Hooker 

28 Joseph Child of Joseph & Sherburne 

George Child of Cap' James Guppey & Anne Gup- 

pey 

Novem"^ 4 James Child of Cap* Joseph Meed & 
Meed 
Thomas Child of Thomas Floyd & Floyd 

18 Oliver Child of Col° John Hart & Hart 

Samuel Child of George & Mary Knight 
25 Sarah Child of Samuel & Treadwell 

Decem^ 16 Sarah Appleton Child of Daniel & Odi- 

orne 
20 Abigail Child of Richard «& Shortridge 

30 Elizabeth Child of Michael Whidden jun>- & 
Whidden 



42 NORTH CHUBCH RECORDS. 

1771 Jan'T^ 6 Mary Child of Thomas Quint jun' & 
Quint 
Mary Child of Samuel Cate jun'' & Gate 

20 George Child of Daniel & Brewster 
Joseph Child of Joseph & Walker 
John Child of Neil and Mary M'^Intire 

FeV 3 Ezekiel Child of Ezekiel & Pitman 

Mary Child of John & Pitman 

Anne Eliz**" Child of Benj* Miller son of Benj^ Miller 
& Miller 

17 Ann Child of Moses & Woodward 

March 17 George Child of Samuel & Anna Cutt 
24 George Child of George & Woodhouse 

31 John Child of Peter Man & Man 

April 7 Samuel Child of Joseph & Akerman 

21 Steph. Greenleaf Child of Daniel Lunt & 
Lunt 

Hannah Child of William & Priscilla Martyn 
May 5 Alexander Child of Samuel & Elizabeth Lear 
Hannah Child of Elihu & Langly 

19 Sarah Child of Nath^ Sheafe Griffeth & 
Griffeth 
June 9 Daniel Child of Thomas Priest & Priest 

23 John Child of Smith & Hannah Smith 

30 Hannah Child of Mark & Seavey 

July 7 Robert Child of Cap' Robert Parker & 
Parker 
Sarah ditto ditto 

William ditto ditto 

Elizabeth ditto ditto 

Hannah"] Twins Children of ditto 
Abigail ^ 
Michael Child of John & Seavey 

(N. C. R., HI: 83.) 
21 Mary Child of Timothy & Ham 

28 George Child of George & Mary Gains 
Aug* 4 Jacob Child of Ammi R*" and Hannah Cutter 
Margaret Child of Tobias & Warner 

11 Martha Child of Thomas & Hannah Chadbourne 
18 Samuel Child of John & Elizabeth Hooper 
James Child of Samuel Ham & Ham 

25 Supply Child of Cap' George Boyd & Jane Boyd 
James Child of Daniel & Grant 



BAPTISMS. 43 

1771 Sepf^ 8 Ann Child of John & Mary Corney 
29 Sarah Child of William & Brewster 

Octo'^ 12 Samuel Child of Elisha & Hill 

Elizabeth Child of Ebenezer & Odiorne 

27 Nathaniel Child of Edward & Snell 
Nov 17 Mary Child of Jacob & Rebecca Nutter 

24 Sarah Child of Henry & Nutter 

Dec'' 29 Thomas, Man, Tho* Greenwood son of John 
Greenwood sometime since of Boston Soldier with 
Cap* Samuel Holland 

1772 Jan'^y 5 George Child of Samuel & Parcher 
Feb^ 2 Isaac Child of John & Martyn 

9 George Child of Joseph & Simes 

March 1 Rebecca Child of Jotham & Blanchard 

22 Elizabeth Child of Cap* Edward Buttler & Eliza- 
beth Buttler 
29 Theodore Child of Daniel & Hart 

John Child of John & Pitman 

April 5 Joseph Child of Benjamin & Quint 

12 Elizabeth Child of Samuel & Sherburne 

Mary Ann Child of Cap' Woodbury Langdon & Sarah 
Langdon 
26 Jeremiah Child of Nathaniel & Peverly 

Deborah Child of Josiah & Savage 

May 3 Mary Child of Doctor Stephen Little & Sarah 
Little 
William Child of Nathaniel Pitman & Mary Pitman 
24 WiUiam Child of Cap* William Whipple & Katha- 
rine Whip])le 
Supply Child of Richard and Esther Jackson 
Abigail Child of Isaac Sherburne & Sherburne 

June 7 Elizabeth Child of Cap' Samuel Langdon & Eliz* 
Langdon 
14 Gershom Child of Gershom & Flagg 

28 William Child of Peter & Mary Peirce 
July 6 CoUings Child of Richard & Mercy Hart 

12 Elizabeth Child of William & Mary Fasset 
19 Deborah Child of John & Trickey 

(N. C. R., IIL 84.) 
July 26 Abigail Child of Joseph & Low 

Aug* 2 Henry Cruker Child of George & Jane Boyd 
Sept' 13 John Child of Henry & Sherburne 

William Child of William & Judith Ham 



44 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

1772 Sept^ 20 William Child of Mark & Hannah Nelson 
Ocf^ 4 Abigail Child of Solomon & Sarah Loud 

18 Mary Child of William & Green 

25 Hannah Child of Benjamin & Miller 

Nov"^ 8 Mary Child of Cap' Samuel Briard & Briard 

David Shackford Child of Eliz*^ Welch Posthumous 

of David Welch 
Tobias Child of Robert & Ham 

15 Mary Child of Nathaniel & Mary Folsome 

22 Hannah Child of Michael Whidden jun"^ & 
Whidden 

Sarah Child of John Sherburne & Sherburne 

Nathaniel Child of Nathaniel Sheafe Griffeth & 

Griffeth 
Abigail Child of Cap* James Guppey & Anne Guppey 

29 Anne Child of Benjamin & Biglow 
Dec 27 Hannah Child of Edward & Ayers 

1773 Jany 10 George Child of Tobias & Warner 
31 William Child of Richard & Shortridge 

George Child of David & Brewster 

John Child of Richard & Caverly 

Febr^ 7 Sarah Child of Ezekiel & Pitman 

28 James Child of John & Hannah Smith 
March 7 Mary Child of Mark & Seavey 

Samuel Child of Thomas & Elizabeth Dalling 
14 Jonathan Child of John & Margaret Broughton 
21 Abigail Child of Samuel Cate jun"^ & Cate 

Apr^ 4 Olive Child of Joseph & Sherburne 

25 Nathaniel Child of Ammi Ruhamah & Hannah 
Cutter 
John Child of Benj* Miller son of Benj* Miller 
& Miller 

May 9 Paul Child of Samuel & Elizabeth Lear 

16 Mehitabel ^ Twins Children of Peter Man & 
Patience J Man 

Lydia Child of Samuel Ham & Ham 

23 Priscilla Child of Samuel & Anna Cutts 
George Child of Nath^ & Peverly 

30 Mehitabel Child of John & Deborah Parrot 

June 6 Tho* Wentworth Child of Jotham & Sarah 
Rindge 
John Child of William & Priscilla Martyn 
Elizabeth Child of & Woodhouse 



BAPTISMS. 45 

1773 June 13 Elizabeth Child of Cap* Gregoiy & Sarah 

Gregory (N. C. R., Ill: 85.) 

20 Ruth Child of George and Mary Gains 
Thomas Child of Neil and Mary M'^Intire 

July 4 Lydia Child of Jeremiah & Dennet 

Mehitabel Child of Daniel & Leach 

25 Gideon Child of Joseph & Walker 
Aug* 1 John Child of William & Brewster 

15 Christain Child of James & Hoit 

Anna Child of Timothy & Ham 

Sept^ 26 Amelia Child of Cap* Woodbury Langdon & 

Sarah Langdon 
Octo^' 17 Amy Child of Joseph & Akerman 

28 Abigail Chdd of Robert & Parker 

W™ Cadogan Child of Joseph & Simes 

31 Henry Child of Henry & Nutter 

NoV^ 7 Hannah Child of Hannah Lewis Posthumous of 
Eben^ Lewis 

21 Sarah Child of Thomas & Currier 
28 Joanna Child of Samuel & Beck 

Eunice Child of Thomas & Floyd 

Decem^ 12 Jeremiah Child of Daniel & Hart 

Ann Elizabeth Child of Gershom & Flag 

1774 Jany 2 Lucy Child of John & Pitman 
Feb^ 6 Mary Child of Joseph Wincol & Wincol 

Susanna Child of Joseph & Eunice Hammond 
20 Elizabeth Child of Nathaniel & Mary Folsome 
March 13 Lydia Child of Samuel & Sherburne 

George Rogers Child of Jacob & Ann Treadwell 
20 John Child of John & Mary Corney 
April 3 William Child of Samuel Ham & Ham 

the son of John Ham 
10 Stephen Child of Doctor Stephen Little & Sarah 
Little 
May 22 Hannah Child of Mark & Hannah Nelson 
June 5 Mary Child of John & Trickey 

12 Susanna Child of John & Susanna Mendum 

26 Joanna Child of Richard & Mercy Hart 
July 10 Mary Child of Neil & M^Intu-e 

24 Mary Ann Child of Tobias & Warner 

31 Phebe Child of Ephraim & Dennet 

August 7 Esther Child of Richard & Esther Jackson 
28 Jane Child of Elisha & HHl 



48 DONATIONS. 

names of his parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters. 

Trueworthy Chase married in 1810, Lucy Emery; wanted 
full names of the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters 
of this Trueworthy Chase. 

Moses Chase, 3d, married in 1761, Susanna Kelley; wanted 
full names and dates of birth of all their children and grand- 
children. 

Samuel Chase married about 1775, Betsey Morrill; wanted 
full names and dates of birth of all their children and grand- 
children. 

Joseph Chase, 3d, married, 1785, Emma Chase; wanted 
names of parents and grandparents, brothers and sisters of 
both Joseph and Emma Chase. 

Jeremiah Chase married, 1786, Hannah Pillsbury; wanted 
names of the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters of 
this Jeremiah Chase. 

George Ancestry, (M. A.,) 

P. O. Box 219, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



DONATIOJS^S. 

During the last three months the New Hampshu'e Genea^ 
logical Society has received the following donations in books 
and pamphlets, for which I am directed to present the grate- 
ful thanks of the society. 

Donors. 
Mrs. Hannah C. Tibbetts, 
Mrs. Winnifred L. Goss, 
Hon. Edward N. Pearson, 
Hon. John C. Thorne, 
James F. Brennan, Esq., 
Mr. Charles F. Marden, 
Cambridge Historical Society, 
Hon. Edward W. McGlenen, 
Hon. Samuel A. Green, 
Mr. Albert H. Lamson, 

Total, books and pamphlets, 
Number of previous donations. 

Total, since incorporation of society, 8,339 

Chakles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



Residence. 


Number. 


Dover, 


8 


11 


7 


Concord, 


4 


a 


6 


Peterborough, 
New Boston, 




Cambridge, Mass., 
Boston, " 




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8,313 




THE LOG MEETING HOUSE, CONCORD, N. H. 

1726—1751. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. VI. Dover, N. H., April, 1909. No. 2. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 
RECORDS, CONCORD, N. H. 

1730—1905. 



[Complete diaries by Rev. Timothy Walker for three years only are 
now known to exist. The years were 1746, 1764 and 1780; besides these 
there are several fragmentary leaves of other year's diaries. Complete 
returns of marriages by Rev. Timothy Walker were made to the town 
clerk for two years, from February 13, 1776 to March 3, 1778. In the 
Church Records there are marriages from August 28, 1732 to March 22, 
1737; so that practically we have only ten years of marriages by Rev. 
Timothy Walker out of a pastorate of fifty-two years; less than one fifth 
of the actual number.] 

MAREIAGES BY EEV. TIMOTHY WALKER. 

At a meeting of the First Congregational Church, Con- 
cord, N. H., held on Friday evening, February 26, 1909, in 
their chapel; on motion of Dea. John C. Thorne, it was 
voted: "That the records of marriages, baptisms and deaths 
by Rev. Tunothy Walker found in his diary; and that the 
records of marriages by Rev. Timothy Walker and by Rev. 
Israel Evans contained in the Concord, N. H. city records be 
copied and the same be and hereby are made a part of the 
records of the First Congregational Church of Concord, N. 
H." A true copy of record. Attest: 

Edward A. Moulton, Clerk. 
The names of persons married by [Rev.] Timothy Walker 
Stephen Farrington & Apphia Bradley were married August 

28, 1732 
William Danford & Anna Flood & likewise James Head & 

Sarah Danford were married y^ 17"* of January 1733/4 
Philip KimbaU & Dorcas Foster were married June y® 17"" 

1735 



50 FIEST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

Samuel Davis & Sarah* Lambert were married August y® 19, 

1735 
Joseph Hall & Deborah Abbott were married July y" 5, 1736 
Andrew Bohannan & Tabitha Flanders were married Sepf y® 

26, 1736 
Samuel Bradstreet & Margaret Gourdon both of Suncook 

were married February y® 17, 1736 
Zebadiah Farnham & Mary Walker both of Rumford were 

married 1737 
Daniel Rolfe Jun'^^ & Elizabeth Flanders both of Rumford 

were married March y« 22"^ 1737 
Rumford March y« 27*^ 1738 These may Certifie y* Daniel 
Rolfe Jun^' of Rumford & Elizabeth Flanders of Salisbury, 
alias Rumford were Lawfully married to Each on y*^ 22*^ 
Day of this Instant March by Timothy Walker 

[The followmg marriages were copied from diary of Rev. 

Timothy Walker.] 
1746. March 5. Married Jacob Shute and Abigail Evans. 
May 22. Married William Pudney and Hannah Bryar. 
June 17. Married Eben Hall to Dorcas Abbot. 
1757. January 27. Richard Herbert married to Hannah 

Hall. 
1764. .January 2. Matrimonio conjunxi David Gage and 
Hannah Osgood. 
February 16. Matrimo" conjuxi Nath' Merrill and Anna 

Walker. 
February 21. Matrimon" junxi Nath' Hutchms and Me- 

hitable Ordway. 
July 10. Matr° junxi Benj* Osgood and Miriam Stick- 

ney. 
July 12. Mat° junxi Jacob Waldron and Sarah Abbot. 
August 27. Matrimonio junxi David Evans and Cather- 

me Walker. 
[The followmg marriages were copied from Concord City 

Records.] 
Concord, August 24"' 1768. This certifies whom it may con- 
cern that Samuel Fowler, Esq. and Mrs. Ruth Carter were 
duly and Lawfully married on the fourteenth mstant by 
virtue of a License from his Excellency John Wentworth 
Esq. Governor of the Province of New Hampshire by 

Timothy Walker, 
The ordamed minister of the Gospel in said Concord. 
*Concord City Records give this name as Mary Lambert. — Ed. 



CONCOKD MAKRIAGES. 51 

A true Coppy entered from the original. 

Attest. Benj'^ Rolfe, Clerk of said Concord. 

This may certify that the following Persons have been mar- 
ried by the Subscriber at the respective dates against their 
names, viz. 

1776. Feb. 13.* Thomas Baker and Ruth Whittemore both 
of Pembroke. 

29. Nathaniel Ambrose and Phebe Love joy. 
May 28. Benjamin Thompson of Bow & Susanna Stevens 

of Concord. 
April 23. John Clark and Mary Quimby both of Hop- 

kinton. 
July 18. Jacob Carter and Sarah Eastman both of Con- 
cord. 
Aug. 22. Silvanus Moses and Miriam Young both of 

Epsom. 
Sept. 24. Reuben Abbott, Jr. and Zeruiah Farnum both 

of Concord. 
26, Jacob Green and Anna Hazel tine both of Concord. 
Oct. 3. Ephraim Farnum 3'^ and Abigail Stevens both of 

Concord. 
Nov. 12. Bradshaw Ordway of Warner & Lucy Stevens 

of Concord. 

19. Richard Clough and Sarah Dow both of Bow. 

21. William Fifield and Dorothy Eastman both of 
Concord. 

1777. January 1. Joseph Clough and Elizabeth Rust both 
of Concord. 

5. David George and Hannah Colby both of Concord. 

20. Nahum Houghton & Sarah Hazeltme both of Con- 
cord. 

March 13. Joseph Gordon and Hannah Locke of Lou- 
don. 
13. Ephraim Potter and Sarah Corey both of Concord. 
20. Richard Flanders, jr. and Molly West both of 
Concord. 

April 10. Elisha Clough and Abigail Walker both of 
Bow. 

June 5. Joseph Webster of Aliens-Town and Mary Carr 
of Chester. 

June 12. Ephraim Kinsman and Mary Hall both of Bow. 

*In the original the day preceeds the month, for convenience of refer- 
ence in this and the following records the month is given first. — Ed. 



62 FIEST CONGEEGATIONAL CHUECH RECORDS. 

1777. July 10. Samuel Bell and Molly Moor of Lime, alias, 
Bow. 

August 12. Richard Buntin and Mary Brown M'^Millar 

of Bow. 
21. Moses Noyes and Sarah Manuel both of Bow. 
Sept. 25. Nathaniel Head, jr. and Sarah Knox both of 

Pembroke. 
Dec. 23. Robert Ambrose and Mary Thistle both of 

Concord. 

1778. January 8. Jonathan Johnson and Rhoda Abbott 
both of Concord. 

February 26. Caleb Morey and Mary Conner of Pem- 
broke. 

Concord February 28^ 1778. 
Attest, Timothy Walker, 

Pastor of the Church m Concord. 
A true Copy Ex** per Tmi° Walker, Jr., Clerk. 

1778. March 3. William Beard of Reading was married to 
Dorcas Merrill of Concord, pr. Timothy Walker. 
[The following marriages "were copied from diary of Rev. 
Timothy Walker.] 
1780. January 13. Married Stephen Hall and Patience 
Flanders, both of Concord. 
February 20. Preached and m evening married Samuel 

Willard and Sarah Thompson, both of Concord. 
Februaiy 24. Went to William Brown's and there mar- 
ried John Dobbm and Sarah Brown, both of Chester. 
March 14. Married Alexander Long and Anna Moor of 

Bow. 
March 16. Married Mr. Nathaniel Rolfe, Junior, and 
Mrs. Judith Chandler, both of Concord; also James 
Garvin, Junior, and Sarah Mitchell, both of Bow. 
March 21. Married Samuel Abbott, Junior, of Pembroke, 
and Lydia Perrum of Concord. 

April 27. Mat° junx' Moses Kimball and Hannah Chase, 

both of Concord. 
May 10. [Married] John Chandler of Boscawen and 

Emma Farnum of Concord. 
June 1. Matri" junx' Daniel Flood of Wear and Sarah 

Kimball of Concord. 
August 17. Matr° junx' John Straw and Mary Emerson 

both of Concord. 



CONCOED SIAEEIAGES. 63 

1780. September 7. Matr° junx' Moses Hacket and Keziah 
Ladd, both of Goffestown. 

September 13. Married Nathan Holt and Sarah Thomp- 
son, both of Bow. 

September 20. Married William Walker and Eunice Ste- 
vens, both of Concord. 

September 28. Went out to Bow and married John Bay- 
ley of Dunbarton and Margaret Hall of Bow. 

October 12. Married Bruce Walker and Mehitabel Cou- 
rier, both of Concord. 

November 7. Married Alexander Sunpson of Wenham 
and Molly Rogers of Bow. 

November 9. Married Jonathan Runnells and Dorothy 
Dimon, both of Concord. 

November 27. Married Tappan Evans of Warner and 
Abigail Merrill of Concord. 

December 14. Married Timothy Hall of Concord and 
Anna Foster of Bow. 



MAERIAGES BY REV. ISRAEL EVANS. 

[The following marriages were copied from Concord City 

Records.] 
State of New Hampshire. ^ Concord, March 20"' 1794. 
Rockingham ss. j 

This certifies whom it may concern that the following per- 
sons came before me and were joined in marriage, viz. 
1789. August 30. David George and Elizabeth Emery 
both of Concord. 
October 6. Eben'' Sanboum and Susanna Hoit both of 

Concord. 
Novem' 15. Benjamin Kimball and Abigail Eastman both 
of Concord. 

26. John Lovejoy and Nabby Ambrose both of Con- 
cord. 

Decem^' 10. Ezekiel Worthen and Lydia Scilloway both 

of Concord. 
24. Simeon Bracket of Canterbury & Betsey Eastman 

of Concord. 
24. Samuel Weeks of Canterbury and Ruth Eastman 

of Concord. 

27. Richard Buswell and Anna Abbott both of Con- 
cord. 



/ 



54 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1789. Decern"' 31. Jonathan Moulton and Hannah Virgin 
both of Concord. 

1790. February 22. Joseph Odell of Conway and Hannah 
Eastman of Concord. 

March 2. Benj" Simpson and Mary Rolfe both of Con- 
cord. 

June 3. Benj'' Famum and Sally Graham both of Con- 
cord. 
9. Nicholas Holt of Pembroke and Achsah Russell of 
Bow. 

July 25. Stephen Sewall Rogers and Patty Carrigain 
both of Concord. 

August 1. Gregory Durgan and Peggy Carr both of 
Concord. 

8. Eliphalet Tucker and Anna Foss both of Concord. 
Septem' 16. Benj" Buswell of Hopkinton and Joanna 

Carter of Concord. 

16. Oliver Person, jr. and Abigail Pettengil both of 
Hopkinton. 

19. Ezekiel Moore and Alice Merrill both of Canter- 
bury. 
Oct. 21. Anthony Potter and Polly Shute both of Con- 
cord. 
Nov. 19. Isaac Shepherd of Concord and Susanna Cur- 
rier of Bow. 

25. Aaron Austin and Judith Eastman both of Con- 
cord. 

30. Eben'' Eastman and Esther Famum both of Con- 
cord. 

30. John Lock and Molly Sanbourn both of Seabrook. 
1791. January 1. Lemuel Kezer of Warren & Elizabeth 
Bean of Salisbury. 

9. William Gill and Ruth Hazeltine both of Concord. 

9. Moses Bradley and Deborah West both of Concord. 
Feb. 17. Jewett Putney and Polly Austin both of Con- 
cord. 

Mar. 24. George Arlin and Ruth Chandler both of Con- 
cord. 

June 2. Jeremiah Chandler and Judith Farnum both of 
Concord. 

July 10. Levi Abbott and Elcy Moore both of Concord. 

10. Bela Turner of Hanover and Ruth Hannaford of 
Concord. 



CONCORD MARRIAGES. 55 

1791. Aug. 3. Joseph Hazeltine and Ruth Chase both of 
Concord. 

4. Zenas Wheeler and Shuah Fifield both of Concord. 

15. Israel Dimond and Polly Kimball both of Concord. 

15. David Fifield and Elizabeth Reed both of Con- 
cord. 
Sept. 8. Henry Eastman and Sally Kimball both of Con- 
cord. 
Nov. 2. Jedediah Hastings and Sally Page both of Bow. 

17. Andrew Austin and Sally Carter both of Concord. 

20. John Odlin and Sally Herbert both of Concord. 

27. James Thompson and Hannah Carter both of 
Concord. 

27. Abel Chamberlain and Ruth Emerson both of Con- 
cord." 

29. John Garvin of Bow and Susanna Abbott of Con- 
cord. 
Dec. 1. Jacob Shute of Concord and Sally Houston of 
Bedford. 

20. Joel Varnum and Marebah Dow both of Bow. 

29. Paul Clark of Boscawen and Phebe Abbot of Con- 
cord. 

1792. Jan. 12. Jona. Stevens of Protectworth and Ehza- 
beth Elliot of Concord. 

Feb. 26. Dr. Thomas Sargeant of Chester and Anna 
Hall of Concord. 

Mar. 18. Isaac Houston and Ruth Gale both of Concord. 
25. Dr. John Thorndike and Polly Wilson both of 
Concord. 

Apr. 4. Moses Sweet of Haverhill and Polly Hannaford 
of Concord. 
22. Elijah Durgan of Hopkinton and Anna Clark of 
Concord. 

June 3. Moses Famum and Rhoda Carter both of Con- 
cord. 

21. David Stickney of Concord & Lydia Woodman of 
Hopkinton. 

21. David Stevens of Bow and Huldah Tebbets of 
of Concord. 
Aug. 5. Benjamin Morse, jr. and Dolly George both of 
Concord. 

9. Francis Smart and Judith Stickney both of Con- 
cord. 



56 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1792. Aug. 12. Solomon Sutton and Phebe Virgin both 
of Concord. 

16. John Cleasby and Betsey Stevens both of Concord. 
26. Jeremiah Stickney Chase of Unity & Esther Mar- 

tm of Concord. 
30. Jonathan Uran and Mehitabel Elliot both of Con- 
cord. 
Sept. 17. Nathan Gold and Betsey Goodwin both of 
Hopkinton. 
23. Simeon Price and Sarah Cleasby both of Henniker. 
Oct. 31. Benning Smart and Abigail Hutchins both of 

Hopkinton. 
Nov. 11. Nathaniel Dow of Newport and Patty Buswell 
of Bow. 

29. John Wilson of Andover & Lucy Foster of Can- 
terbury. 

Dec. 27. John Rust and Polly Towle both of Concord. 

1793. January 1. Capt. Reuben Kimball & Lucretia East- 
man both of Concord. 

30. Abel Ames of Cockermouth & Mary Boynton of 
Hopkinton. 

Feb. 17. Robert Parker of Litchfield and Nancy Kimball 
of Concord. 

March 3. Hezekiah Hutchins and Sally Elliot both of 
Concord. 
7. Samuel Corliss and Sally Clement both of Bow. 

Apr. 25. Joseph Potter of Concord and Nancy Drake of 
Loudon. 

May 2. Michael Sutton and Judith Stevens both of Can- 
terbury. 

June 6. Jeremiah Virgin and Jenny George both of Con- 
cord. 

Sept. 4. Edmund Leavitt of Chichester & Susannah Kim- 
ball of Concord. 
10. Osgood Eaton and Bethiah Virgin both of Concord. 

Oct. 8. Isaac French of Warner and Sally Hall of Con- 
cord. 
13. Anthony Potter and Dolly Goodwin both of Con- 
cord. 
30. Nathaniel Hall and Theodate Chandler both of 
Bow. 

Nov. 23. Daniel Webber of Methuen & Sally Webber of 
Hopkinton. 



CONCORD MARRIAGES. 67 

1793. Dec. 5. Eliezer Emerson and Tabitha Cleasby both 
of Concord. 

29. Joseph Dow and Hannah Farnum both of Con- 
cord. 

1794. Jan. 21. Jonathan Woods of Goffstown & Elizabeth 
Farnum of Bow. 

Feb. 23. John Gutterson of Wilton and Phebe Ballard 
of Concord. 

Mar. 25. Elijah Russell and Polly Davis both of Con- 
cord. 

Att. Israel Evans. 

A true Record of the return of Marriages. 
Att. Caleb Chase, Tn. Clerk. 

State of New Hampshire "^ Concord, March 7, 1795. 

Rockingham ss. J 

This certifies that the following persons came before me 
and were joined in marriage, viz. 

1794. Mar. 30. James Scales, Jr. and Susanna Manuel 
both of Concord. 

Apr. 5. Samuel Merrill of Pl3rmouth and Abigail Chase 

of Concord. 
May 13. Richard Taylor Buss and Betty Ballard both of 

Wilton. 
June 8. Asa Graham and Sally West both of Concord. 

12. Timothy Carter and Judith Chandler both of Con- 
cord. 

22. Bartholomew Gold of Hopkington and Polly Page 

of Concord. 
July 7. Ithamar Emerson and Mehitabel Kimball both 

of Concord. 
Sept. 15. Daniel Jaquesh and Jenny Stickney both of 

Concord. 
Nov. 6. Thomas Stevens of Loudon and Lydia Potter of 

Concord. 

13. Ebenezer Duston of Concord and Betsey Bryant 
of Bow. 

1 3. Samuel Morrill of Canterbury and Polly Chase of 

Concord. 
24. Moses Eaton and Lucy Hazeltine both of Concord. 
Dec. 16. John Bunkard of Northfield & Sally ElUot of 

Concord. 

1795. March 5. James Eastman and Polly Moulton both 
of Concord. 



68 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1795. March 6. James Moulton and Sally Vii-gin both of 
Concord. Israel Evans. 

A true record of the Return of Marriages from March 
30, 1794 to March 6, 1795. 

Att. Caleb Chase, Tn. Clerk. 

State of New Hampshire"] Concord March 1, 1796. 
Rockingham ss. J 

This certifies that the following persons came before me 
and were married, viz. 

1795. April 2. Ezra Hoit and Susanna Weeks both of 
Concord. 

May 21. Phinehas Thorn of Sanbornton & Miriam Love- 
joy of Concord. 
July 12. William Cleasby and Polly Hoit both of Concord. 
Sept. 30. William Nicols of Londonderry & Sally Kim- 
ball of Hopkmton. 
Oct. 1. Noah Ford and Margaret Robinson both of Bow. 
1. Levi Abbot and Polly Carter both of Concord. 
8. Theophilus Bradbury of Newburyport and Harriet 
Harris of Concord. 
Nov. 12. Henry Moulton, jr. and Susanna Stevens both 

of Concord. 
Nov. 15. Charles Flanders and Anna Shute both of Con- 
cord. 
26. Edmund Eastman and Hannah Carter both of 
Concord. 
Dec. 10. David Kimball and Hannah Abbot both of Con- 
cord. 
24. John Rowell and Sally Upton both of Bow. 
31. Asa Eastman and Polly Kunball both of Concord. 

1796. Jany. 7. Simeon Eastman and Abigail Virgin both 
of Concord. 

Feb. 28. Jedediah Hoit and Sarah Farnum both of Con- 
cord by Rev. Mr. Colby of Pembroke. 

Israel Evans. 
The above is a true record of the return of Marriages 
&c. 

Att. Caleb Chase, Tn. Clerk. 

State of New Hampshire"^ This certifies that the following 
Rockingham ss. J persons came before me and 

were married, viz. 
1796. Mar. 22. Jonathan Bradley of Canterbury & Lucre- 
tia Gove Barnard of Concord. 



NEWMAKKET TOW^ EECORDS. 



[Newmarket was set off from Exeter and incorporated as a parish 
Dec. 15, 1727. Granted town privileges Ang. 26, 1737. The boundary- 
line was extended Dec. 28, 1805; this act was repealed June 17, 1807. 
The North line was established June 19, 1818. South Newmarket was 
set oif and incorporated June 27, 1849. A small tract of land was sev- 
ered from South Newmarket and annexed Dec. 17, 1852. A portion of 
Durham was annexed July 2, 1870. A small tract of land was set off 
and annexed to South Newmarket Sept. 14, 1883. 

The vital records contained in the first volume of the town records 
of Newmarket were copied years ago by Miss S. W. Cheswell, later the 
copy was donated to the editor; since then the town has had the first vol- 
ume copied by Miss Helen C. Bennett. The editor recently went to New- 
market to verify the Cheswell copy from the original, but the original 
had either been loaned out or mislaid and was not to be found. The 
two copies were compared and found to agree in everything except one 
name which has been properly designated. The records taken from 
all the other volumes were copied and verified by the editor from the 
original.] 

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

The eage of James Sinkelers children 
Robart pike Siiikler Born in november the 14 day 1745 
Elebath Suikler Born m October 26 day 1[7]48 
Hannah Sinkler Born October the 1 day 1750 
Jacob Sinkler Born December 27 day 1752 
Noah Smkler Born Febrey 20 day 1754 

A Count of Caleb Clark and Mary Clarks Childrens 

names and Barths 
Susanna Clark Borne October the 14 In ye 1749 and Deceas- 
ed February The 13 In the y 1752 
Molly Clark Bom June the 3 In the ye 1752 
Elisabeth Clark Borne March 2 In the ye 1754 
Susanna Clark Borne February the 24 In the ye 1756 

Caleb Clarke 
Ichabod whidden and Eunice mason married the 13"" day of 
Jime 1749 

Ichabod whidden childrens age 
Mark whidden born October y® 27*^^ 1751 
Rachel whidden boron november the 16**^ 1753 
Ichabod whidden born January the 19 1756 
Eunice mason bom november the 9*'* 1743* 

*Probably an error in the original. — Ed. 



60 NEWMAEKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Eage of Benjamin yourk Jun childrens 
David yourk born the Decmbe 5 day 1752 
Mary yourk born 10 day of June 1759 

Entred when esq'' thomas young was town clerk 
The age Love Hilton in January the 24 Day 1752 
Capt Hilton Sir be plesed to Record in the Parish Book The 

Names under Righten & youl oblige your to Sarve 

J Bartlet 
John Bartlett was born march ll"' 1753 N^^ Stil 
Nathaniel Bartlett was Born January 23'^ 1757 N^ Still 
Docter Joseph Sanborn Sarah tole was married Aprel y® 11 

1754 his Son Bradbueary Sanborn was Born June y® 6'" 

1755 
Chas Wiggm and Mary Perkins marriage may 19 Day 1759 
My son Chas was Born Jenury 10 day 1761 died februey 13 

day 1761 
My son Bradstreet was born July 24 day 1762 
My son Chas was Bom December 19 day 1764 
Martha Hilton Died on fryday the 31*' day of March 1769 
Col° Winthrop Hilton died on Wednesday 26**^ day of Dece 

A D 1781 aged 71 years and five days 
Susannah Hilton wife of Ichabod Hilton died nmth day of 

October A D 1794 aged 50 years 2 months & 10 Days 
L* Wenthrop Hilton Died on Thursday Jany 14"' 1775 aged 

37 year 2 months & 25 days 
Thomas Norton was born 1769 february 17 
Hannah Norton was born 1769 december 
Nathaniel C Norton was born 1792 april 1 
Benjamin Norton was born 1796 august 3 
John Norton was born december 4"* 1798 
Hannah Norton was bom may 30*"^ 1801 
Mary An Norton was bom September 19'^ 1809 
Walter Shute Born October 15 1749 
Elezebeth Furber Bom August 15 1759 
Walter Shute married to Elezebeth furbur September 13 

1778 
Sarah Shute Born June 6 Died June the 9 1779 
Nathaniel Shute Born may 13 1781 
Sarah Shute Born August 26 1784 
Robert Shute Born July 26 1788 
Walter Shute Born August 23 1791 Died September 12 

1798 
Henery Shute Bom Aprel 18 1794 



BIKTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 61 

Nancy Shute Born Aprel 2 1799 

Thomas Solomont and Jane thompson married October 28 

1779 by Nathaniel Ewer 
Daniel Sanborn and Lidia Marstean married November 28 

1779 by Nathaniel Ewer 
Cap Folsom died Feby 21 1790 
James Folsom born aug. 18 1785 
George Born Dec 22 1788 
Benj Sept 3 1790 
Lewes Nov. 17 1783 

married Ap 11 1779* 
Polly Folsom Jan^ 25 1780 
Stephen Oct 20 1781 
Peter Colcord and Elezebeth Rooks married October 23 1788 

by Nathaniel Ewer 
Henry Watson and Nancy Smart married November 23 1788 

by Nathaniel Ewer 
Hezekiah Smith and Betse Smart November 27 1788 were 

married by Nathaniel Ewer 
This Certifies that Mr Solomon Chapman and Polly Hana- 

ford were married by me February 14"* 1790 

Samuel Gilman Jus P 
August y® 1 ye 1793 there was married mr John Crocket 

to mrs mary Bryant by me Nathaniel Ewer 
August the 4 ye 1793 then was married Ruben Doe jr to 

Lydia Stevens By me Nathaniel Ewer 

August the 15 ye 1793 then was married thomas Seavey 

to Nancy Kinnison By me Nathaniel Ewer 

September the 15 ye 1793 then was married Samuel Badg- 
er to Susannah Churchel 
February the 4 ye 1794 then was married Moses Chandler 

to Salla Gooden by me Nathaniel Ewer Clerk 

April the 7 ye 1794 then was married mr Samuel Tarlton 

to mrs Jershua hopkins by me Nathaniel Ewer 

December 28 ye 1794 then was married Joshua Pickering 

to Polly Doe By me Nathaniel Ewer 

Elizabeth Folsom Hilton was born April 22*^ 1796 
Sally Smith Hilton was born April 16"^ 1798 
Wmthrop Smith Hilton was born September 12"^ 1800 
Abigail Hilton was born Aug 7*^ 1803 
Martha Ann Hilton was born Nov"' 5 1809 
Mary Jane Hilton was born June 21"^ 1812 
*Probably intended for the marriage of Capt. Folsom. — Ed. 



62 NEWMARKET TOWN EECOEDS. 

June the 9 1796 then was married John Bryant to Salla 

yong by me Nathaniel Ewer 

This certifies that Mr Zebulon Dudy Jun'' of Newmarket 

Mrs Polly Gillman of Exeter were joined in wedlock the 

28"" day of August anno Domini 1796 by me 

Sam. Shepard 
Pastor of a church of Christ in Brentwood 
December the 15 ye 1796 was married Henry Stokbridge 

to Lydia foUet, by me Nathaniel Ewer 

Newmarket the 5 ye 1797 then was married by me mr 

Josiah Tuck to mrs Love Hilton Nathaniel Ewer 

April the 12 ye 1797 then was married Samuel Brackit to 

Sally Dow By me Nathaniel Ewer 

April W^ 1797 Then Mr Josiah Hunniford of Newmarket 

& Mrs Olive Lary of Brentwood were joined in Wedlock 

by me Sam Shepard 

Pastor of a church of Christ in Brentwood 
May the 3 ye 1797 then was married Abraham kiniston to 

Salla Tucker by me Nathaniel Ewer 

December the 24 ye 1797 then was married Francis Doe to 

Deborah Smith by me Nathaniel Ewer 

February the 5 ye 1798 then was married Samuel Ward 

juner to Polly Critchit by me Nathaniel Ewer 

February the 6 ye 1798 then was married Daniel Cooley to 

Hannah Fulsom by me Nathaniel Ewer 

July the 9 ye 1798 then was married Samuel Mason to 

Betsey Burleigh By me Nathaniel Ewer 

This certifies that Mr Jonathan Sanborn and miss Betsey 

Dalton both of New Market were joined in wedlock June 

10*^ 1798 by me Samuel Shepard 

Pastor of a church of Christ in Brentwood 
Moody Smith borne July 22"'i 1783 
Charlotte Durgin* his wife born July 5^^ 1796 

Married April ll*'^ 1816 
John Moody Smith son of Moody & Charlotte his wife born 

December 17"^ 1816 
Henry Knight Son of Henry and Ana Lucretia Knight Born 

March the 31 1825 and died May the 26 1825 
Josiah hilton and Sarah Ames married the 4*^ of march 1756 
Comford hilton born the third day of february 1757 
Isaac marston son John marston Eage Born December 30, in 

1748 

*The town's copy leaves the surname blank. — Ed. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 63 

Abraham Parry children eages 
His son Ebenezer parry was born September 5^^ ye 1755 
Darfter was born Septem 25*" ye 1751 
Joseph Sanborn was born November ye 21*^ 1757 

[Here end the records copied from Volume I.] 

Marriages by the Rev'^ Joseph A. Merrill 

M-^ Abraham W. Marden to Miss Mary B. Messer March 27, 

1821. 
M"^ Moses O. Demeritt to Miss Sarah Ann W. Messer Apr^ 10, 

1821. (N. T. R., II: 11.) 

The following are the Children of the Rev^ John Brodhead 

& Ma,rj his Wife. 
Daniel Dodge Brodhead born June 18, 1802. 
John Minor Brodhead born Nov^ 11, 1803. 
Elizabeth Harrison Brodhead born June 27, 1805. 
Ann Mudge Brodhead born Sepf^ 2, 1807. 
Joseph Crawford Brodhead born Sept"" 22, 1809. 
Mehitable Smith Brodhead born Nov 18, 1811. 
Epapras Kibby Brodhead born Jan^ 10, 1814. 
Mary Rebecca Brodhead born Sepf^ 11, 1815. 
Olive Neil Brodhead born May 2-3, 1818. 
Thornton Fleming Brodhead born Dec"^ 5, 1820. 
Josiah Adams Brodhead born DeC^ 31, 1822. 
Almena Josephine Lafayette Brodhead born March 1, 1825. 
Mr Richard P. Wentworth Born August 29*'' 1766. 
Miss Deborah Burley Born November 18"* 1764. 
The followmg are the Children of Mr. Richard P. Wentworth 

& Deborah his wife. 
Born in Brookfield, N. H. 
Jonathan Wentworth born January 10"^ 1793. 
Judith Wentworth born March 20, 1795. 
Richard Wentworth born June S"^ 1797. 
Deborah Wentworth born August 25*"" 1799. 
Hannah C. Wentworth born September 23, 1802. 

Born in Newmarket. 
Thomas J. Wentworth born March 24*" 1806. 
Abigail M. Wentworth born May 14*" 1810. 

(N. T. R., II: III.) 
Children of Charles & Elizabeth Treadwell. 
Born in Portsmouth. 
Lydia Tredwell born Jan^ 19, 1800. 
Charles TreadweU born April 10, 1803. 
Thomas D, Tredwell bom NoV^ 7, 1804. 



64 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Anna Eliz^ Tredwell born July 13, 1807. 

Franklin Tredwell born March 31, 1809. 

Caroline Tredwell born Augs* 17, 1811. 

W'" Henry Harrison Montgomery Tredwell born May 14, 
1813. 

Frances Maiy Tredwell bom Jan^ 15, 1815. 

Born in Newmarket. 

William Cutter Tredwell born Jan^ 23, 1817. 

Sarah Walden Tredwell bom Ocf^ 13, 1818. 

Louisa Tukesbury Tredwell born June 4, 1820. 

Napoleon Bonaparte Tredwell born January 9'*^ 1824. 

Mary Fletcher Kelley Born October 14*^ 1828 Daughter of 
Rev*^ Samuel Kelley 

James Sargent Wheeler Born March 25* 1828 Son of Leon- 
ard Wheeler. 

Winthrop Edward Hilton born April 6*^ 1827. 

George Kittredge Hilton born July 9* 1828 children of 
Winthrop S. and Dorothy S. Hilton. (N. T. R., II: IV.) 

Nathaniel Rogers of Newmarket, Born 24*^ day of November 
1745 in Portsmouth. 

Elizabeth Carpenter of Newhaven, Born March 14*^ 1752 in 
New York. 

Married m Boston February 28*'' 1768, by Robert Sande- 
man. Their Children. 

Elizabeth Rogers Born May 15'*' 1769. 

Ohve Plaisted Rogers Born December 8*^ 1771. 

Nathaniel Rogers Born October 17"' 1773. 

Mary Ann Rogers Born August 27*^ 1775. 

Charlotte Rogers Born June 20"^ 1777. 

George Rogers, Born July 17*^ 1779. 

Dorothy Abigail Rogers Born April 18'^ 1781. 

Sarah Rogers Born December lO"' 1783. 

Caroline Rogers Born June 6"" 1785. 

Recorded May 31^* 1791 by Information of Nathaniel Rog- 
ers Esq'" Attest, Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 

Eliphalet Smith of Newmarket born December 8''^ 1759. 

Anne Bryant, Bom August 25"^ 1763. 

Married October 13"^ 1782, by Rev'' N. Ewer. 

Joseph Bryant Smith Born Jan^ 11*" 1784. 

Joseph Bryant Smith died March 27 1790. 

Recorded May 31, 1791, by Information of Eliphalet Smith, 
Esq' Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 

(N. T. R., II: 45.) 



FIRST CO]S^GREGATIO]N^AL CHURCH 
RECORDS, ROCHESTER, N. H. 



BAPTISMS BY REV. AMOS MAIN. 
[Continued from Vol. VI, page 40.] 

1737. Aug. 28.* Simon Bussell Baptized upon his Parents 
acct 

Sep. 11. Baptized Benj*^ Babb of Barrington 

Oct. 2. Rich^^ Babb of Barrington Entred Into Gov* & 

was Himself Baptized & also his Child John Babb — at 

j^ same time Baptized Solomon Clarke 
Oct. 23. Baptized Benj^ Cops. 
Nov^ Baptized Samuel Richards & his wife Sarah & 

their Children Namely Deborah, Samuel, Sarah, Salome 

also Baptized James Berry. Baptized Mary Drew 
January. Baptized Mary Dearing 
Feb. 8 Baptized Susanna Locke 

1738. March 26. Baptized Lydia Main My Daughter 
April 2. Baptized Joseph Herd & Sarah Bickford 
June 31.f Baptized Sarah & Elizabeth Johnson at Bar- 
rington. 

June 4. Baptized 3 Children at York old Parish 

June 11. Baptized Daniel Mac Fee 

June 18. Baptized Joseph Maclntire at York New Parish 
y^ Father of y^ Child Jn° Maclntire Then Renewed his 
Cov* with y* Chh 

June 25. William & Mark Jennes Entred Into Cov* with 
this Chh & were both Baptized & at y® same time Eliz- 
abeth Knight of Barrington also took upon Her y® Bap- 
tismal Cov* & was Baptized 

June 28. Baptized at Barrington Abraham & Richard & 
John Knight & Roger Swain all Children 

July 2. Baptized Daniel Wentworth 

July 16. Baptized William Hannah & Jemima Jennes y® 
Children of W™ Jennes 

*For convenience of reference, the year has been placed at beginning 
of line; when given, it follows the days of the month, in the original 
records. 

tSo written; doubtless June 1. — Ed, 



66 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1738. July 26. Baptized John & Susanna Layton at Bar- 
rington — Baptized Triphena Stiles. 

1738/9. Feb. 12. Baptized David Cops 

1739. March 25. Baptized Edward Tebbets upon his En- 
tring Into Govt & also his child Jonathan, at y® same 
time Baptized Mary Plaice 

April 1. Baptized Daniel Forst. 

April 8. Baptized Robert Knight of above 70 years old 

April 15. Baptized George Hayes 

May 6. Benj* & Sam^ Merry Jun' Entred Into Govt & 
were Baptized. At y® same time Abigail y^ Wife of 
Sam^ Merry Jun'' Renewed her Baptismal Gov* — & I 
then Baptized y® children of Sam^ Merrey Jun'" viz. Jo- 
seph & Mary Merrey; Also then — Baptized Hannah 
Wentworth & Hannah Locke. 

May 13. Baptized Elizabeth Hammock w° then Entred 
Into Gov* — Also Baptized at y'' same time Olive Richards 

May 20. Baptized Ebenezer Grow at Newington 

May 27. Baptized Mary & Sarah Babb at Barrington 

June 13. Baptized Daniel Jennes at his Fathers House 

June 14. Baptized Susanna Kenny at her own House 
Being Sick She took y^ Baptismal Gov* upon Her 

June 17. Baptized William Ham & Sarah Tompson, 
Daughter of Noah Tompson. 

July 22. Baptized Bethena Allard. 

Aug. 12. Baptized John Jennes & Izett Bussel 

Sep. 9. Baptized Moses Downs. 

Sep. 16. Baptized Joseph & Mary Dam, twins 

1740. April 1. Baptized Lydia Kenny Being Sick at her 
Fathers House who dyed Soon after. 

April 20. Baptized Jonathan Richards. 

May 11. Baptized Timothy Roberts & Esther Gops 

June 6. Baptized Nathan Horn At his Fathers House 
Bemg Sick 

June 8. Baptized Rebecca Bickford. 

June 15. Baptized Kezia Knight. 

June 22. Baptized Hannah Main my Daughter. 

June 29. Baptized Jonathan Young & his Wife Anna 
who then Entred Into Gov* Also Baptized their Ghil- 
dren viz. Hannah, & Jean Young. Also At y® Same 
tune Baptized y® widow Elizabeth Drown Being near to 
70 years of age & her Son Samuel Drown w° both En- 
tred Into Gov* & then Baptized his son Solomon. 



ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 67 

1740. Aug. 3. Baptized Anna Forst 
Aug. 24. Baptized Jolin Jennes. 

1741. April 5. Baptized Charity Tebbets. 
April 12. Baptized Elizabeth Hayes. 
May 3. Baptized Abigail Wentworth. 

May 24. Baptized Agnes MacNeal Her mother Jean 

McNeal then Entred Into Gov*. 
May 31. Samuel Whitehouse Entred Into Gov* & was 

Baptized & his Son Stephen. 
June 14. Daniel MacNeal Entred Into Gov*. 
Jmie 18. Baptized Dorothy Babb of Barrington. 
June 21. Eleonour Berry Renewed her Baptismal Gov*' 

& then Baptized John Berry, Henry Allard, & Elizabeth 

Bussell 
July 1. Baptized Richard Howard at Barrington. 
July 12 Baptized Hannah Herd 
July 26. Mary The wife of Ithamar Sevey Renewed her 

Baptism^ Gov' 
Aug. 16. Baptized Benjamin Herd & Hannah Jennes. 
Aug. 23. Baptized Shem Drown & Abigail Sevey. 
Septem"". 6. Hannah y® Wife of James Plaice Renewed 

her Baptismal Gov' Then Baptized her child Hannah 
Sept. 13. Abigail wife of Benj^ Tebbetts Entred Into 

Gov' & was then Baptized. Baptized also her Children 

Benjamin Daniel Ebenezer & Abigail Tebbetts, also at 

y' time Baptized David Plaice. 
Sep'. 27. Baptized Sarah Jennes & Hannah Hodgdon. 
Oct. 4. Baptized Icabod Blagden 
Dec. 13. Baptized Elizabeth Downs & Sarah Richards 
Dec. 20. James Gray Stephen Berry & Abigail Tebbetts 

Renewed their Baptismal Covenant. Also Thomas Ham- 
mock & Solomon Tebbetts Entred Into Gov' & were 

Baptized 
Dec. 27. John Hammock Jun"^ & Elizabeth Pearl Entred 

Into Gov' & were Baptized 
Jan^ 3. Martha Kenny Entred Into Gov' & was Baptized. 
Jan^ 10. William Ellis John Richards Sarah Lay ton & 

Lydia Layton all Entred Into Gov' & were Baptized — at 

y^ Same time Mary y^ Wife of William Ellis Renewed 

her Baptism' Gov' 
Feb. 7. Abigail Plaice & Abigail Walker Renewed y'' 

Baptis^ Gov'. 
Feb. 14. Baptized Ephraim Ghamberlain. 



68 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1741/2 Feb. 28. Baptized Lazarus Rawlins at Newington. 
March 14. Baptized Hannah Forst of Barrington. 
March 16. Baptized Susanna Locke at y® Neck Lecture 

1742. April 18. Baptized Samuel Cops & Elizabeth Forst. 
May 16. Baptized Jonathan, John, William, & Abigail 

Ellis, & Richard Plaice 
June 6. Baptized Sarah Cater at Spruce Creek 
June 13. Baptized Joshua Knight. 
June 20. Baptized Lois Hodgdon 

July 4. Baptized Temperance Bickford & Sarah Richards 
July. Baptized Sarah Roberts & Elizabeth Dearmg. 
July. Baptized Daniel Berry Son of Joseph Berry. 
Aug. 8. Baptized Samuel Drew. Baptized James Shute 

of Barrington 
Aug. 15. Solomon Drown Entred Into Covenant & was 

Baptized also Baptized his child Jonathan. 
Aug. 29. Benjamin Tebbetts Entred Into Cov* & was 

Baptized & then Baptized two of his Children viz Wil- 
liam & James 
Dec"^ 13. Baptized Paul Tebbetts upon his Sick & Death 

Bed 
Dec. 26. Nathaniel Son of Paul Tebbets Entred Into 

Cov* & was Baptized — Also Baptized Henry, Paul, 

Israel, Josiah, & Joyce Tebbetts Children of y* Widow 

Sarah Tebbetts 
Jan^ Baptized Drown of Samuel Drown 

Feb. Baptized Jonathan White House 
March 6. Baptized Gershom Downs Ebenezer Drown 

and Hamiah Hayes 

1743. Baptized Mary Horn Baptized Mary Cate at her 
Fathers House at Barrington — Baptized Anne Coleman 
Baptized Edgerly Baptized a child for Hum- 
phrey ChatBurne at Berwick Mr. Wise Baptized Isaac 
Millers child. Name Jean 

Sep. 15. Baptized Daniel Berry at his Fathers House. 

He dyed 
Sep* 18. Baptized Rebecca Herd. Baptized John Forst. 

Baptized Rebecca Richards 
Dec. 4. Baptized Jean MacNeal. 

Dec"^ 11. Baptized Ann Berry Daughter of Joseph Berry 
1743/4 Feby 5. Baptized my Daughter Abigail Main w° 

was Born Jan^ 27, 1743/4 About 9 at Night 
1744 March 25. Baptized Moses Jennes 



ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 69 

1744 April 29. Baptized Moses Cops & W" Trickey. 

July 29. Baptized Sarah Blagdon 

Sep. Baptized David Richards Son of Sam^ Richards. 

Nov^ 4. Baptized Sarah & Jean Dam Children of Elna- 
than Dam 
1744/5 Jany 13 Baptized Paul Horn. 

Jan^ 20. Baptized Sampson Babb at Barrmgton. 

Jan^ 27. Baptized John Bickford 

Feb^ 3. Baptized William Berry & Mary Hodgdon 

Feb^ 24. Baptized Thomas Coleman & Betty Knight 

March 3. Baptized Gershom VVentworth 

March 24. Baptized Rebecca WhiteHouse. 

1745. April 7. Baptized Benj^ Forst 
April 28. Baptized Mary Roberts 
May 5. Baptized Pegge Door 
June Baptized Abigail Tebbetts 

June 19. Baptized Mary Shute at Barrington. 

June 30. Baptized Thomas Wentworth Son of Rich** 
Wentworth 

July 28. Baptized Jane Richards 

Oct 27. Baptized Ephraim Forst of Barrington 

Dec. 12. Baptized W™ Babb & Jean Sevey 
1745/6 Feb. 12. Baptized Esther Howard at Barrmgton 
Lect 

March 3. Philip Door Jun^ & his wife Lydia Entred into 
Cov* & his Wife was Baptized & their chilcb'en Rich'^ 
Elizabeth Mary Olive Lydia & Philip Door 

March 23. Joseph Cook Entred into Cov* & was Baptized 
& his child Abigail. Also Abr^"" Plaice Entred into 
Cov* & his Child Ebenezer was Baptized Also Bap- 
tized James Downs 

1746. May 25. Baptized Aron Jennes Mary M'^Neal & 
Mary Cops 

May 28. Baptized Mary Jennes & Jenny Herd 

June 8. Baptized Nath^ Raynes at York old Parish. 

June 15. Baptized Betty Main at York old Parish. 

June 25. Baptized Joseph Cate & Elizabeth Hayes at 
Barrington 

July 4. My Daughter Mercy Main was Bom three quar- 
ters of an Hour After Six of the Clock in y^ morning, & 
She was Baptized on July 6th 1746 

Nov'' 9. Baptized Molly Door 

Nov"^ 23 Baptized Abigail Young 



70 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1746. Nov^' 30. Baptized Thomas Davis & Abigail Odi- 

horn at Durham 
1746/7 March 15. Baptized Joseph Bickford 

March 22. Baptized David Allard 
1747 March 28. Baptized Jean MacCrelis 

July 5. Baptized Sarah P'orst 

Aug. 9 Baptized Ebenezer Horn 

Aug. 16. Baptized Edward Lock 

Sep'' 23 Baptized John Herd 

Sep'' 27. Baptized John Berry son of Stephen Berry Jun"^ 

Nov 22 Baptized Ebenezer Tebbetts & Josiah Went- 
worth 

Dec. 20. Then Recieved Jn" Beck Into Gov* with y® low- 
er or Second Chh in Portsm° & Baptized his child Eliz- 
abeth Beck Also at y® Same Time Baptized Hannah 
Eliot & John Forst 
1747/8. Feb. 14. Then Recieved Perkins Ayer Into Gov* 
with y^ South Ghh in Portsm" & Baptized his Ghild & 
Seven Ghildren more at y® Same Time 

Feb. 21. Baptized two children at y® first chh In Portsm" 

Feb. 28. Baptized two children at y** South chh in Portsm" 

March 20. Baptized Benj* Merrey Son of Benj'' Merrey 
at Rochester 
1748. April 17. Reuben Herd Renewed his Baptismal 
Gov'. Baptized his Son Shadrach Herd — Baptized at 
y'^ Same Time Lydia Blagdon 

April 24 Baptized Samuel Herd Whitehouse 

July 17. Baptized Mary Bickford Daughter of Rich*^ 
Bickford. 

Sep'' Baptized Anna Gops 

Nov'' 6. Recieved Gharles Roger & Mary his Wife into 
Gov' & Baptized y Son John Roger 
1748/9 Jan^ 9 Baptized Samuel Sevey, when Dangerously 
[sick] at his Father Ithamar Seveys House 

March. Baptized Mercy Gook. 
1749 April 23. Baptized W"^ Horn & W^ Horseman at 
Dover 

May 28. Baptized Elizabeth Babb 

June 4. Baptized Jonathan Bickford & Job Allard. 

June 11. Baptized Susanna Forst w° was born y® Same Day 

July 16 Baptized Samuel Winget. 

July 23. Baptized Lydia Marden Daughter of Jn° Mar- 
den. 



EOCHESTER BAPTISMS. 71 

1749 July 30. Abner Dam & his wife Renewed y' Gov* 
Baptized y Child Jonathan Dam at y® Same Time — 
Also Baptized Robert IVPCrelis 

Aug. 20. Baptized James Door Son of Phillip Door Hen- 
ry Door Son of Heniy Door & Mary Trickey. 

Sep'' 3. Baptized Sarah Horn Eleonor wife of W"^ Cham- 
berlain Ju" was Baptized at y® Same time as also their 
child William — y® Lord Increase y^ Little flock still 
more abundantly 

Sep. 17. Noah Cross Renewed his Baptismal Cov* with 
this Church 

Octob'' 29. Baptized Joshua Edgerly & Stephen Went- 
worth 

Dec"^ 31. Baptized Phebe Horn of Summersworth 

1750 June 3. Baptized Benj'* Son of Benj* Berry Betty 
Ham Daughter of Jon* Ham & Jean Rogers 

June 10. Baptized Betty Whitehouse 

June Baptized John jMerry Son of Benj'^ Merry 

July. Baptized Triphena Berry Daughter of Step° Berry 

Jun' 
July 1. Peter Cook Jun"^ & Abraham Entred Into Cov' 
with this Chh & were Baptized Also at the Same Time 
Baptized Jon^ Downing Cook Son of Peter afore^'^ & 
Phebe Cook Daughter of Abra™ Cook Afores*^ Baptized 
Also Job Forst Son of Joshua Forst of Barrington 
Aug. 5. Joseph Walker Jun"^ Renewed his Baptismal 

Gov* with y^ Chh Baptized his Child John Walker 
Aug. 12. Dan^ Winget & his wife Mary Renewed their 
Baptismal Cov* with y^ Chh Baptized their Son William 
Sep'' 2. Baptized Olive Garland & Hannah M^'Neal 
Sep. 9. Baptized Hannah Jennes Abigail & Sarah Roger 
Octob"" 7. Baptized Phena Jennes Daughter of Mar*" Jen- 
nes 

Octo"" 28. Jn° Plummer & his wife Renewed their Baptis- 
mal Gov* Baptized y"^ Child Elizabeth Also Baptized 
Patience Bickford at y® Same Time 

Dec"^ 9. Baptized Lydia Forst Daughter of Benj'^ Forst 

DeC^ 19. Baptized Hannah & Benj^ Drew at their Fa- 
thers House when Sick 

Jan^ 20. Baptized Elizabeth Roger 

Jan^ 27. Baptized Esther Whitehouse Daughter of W" 
Whitehouse 



72 KOCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1750/51 Feby 10. Baptized Jethro Horn Son of William 
Horn 

Feb^ 25. Baptized Mary Lock at her Fathers House 
when Sick. 
1751 April 7. Baptized Jon* Young Son of Tho^ Young 

April 14. Sarah y^ wife of Joseph Pearl Renewed Her 
Baptismal Gov* with this Chh At the Same Time Bap- 
tized their child Icabod Pearl 

April 28. Abigail Richards Entred into Gov* & was Bap- 
tized. At y® Same time Baptized Mesheck Herd son of 
Reuben Herd 

May 4. Job Glements Renewed his Baptismal Gov* 

May 19. Baptized Deborah Tebbetts 

May 26. Baptized & Recieved Into full Gomunion with 
y* Ghh Elizabeth y® Wife of Barnaby Palmer — also 
Baptized Joseph Coleman & Moses Dam 

June 16. Icabod Gorson & his Wife Abigail Jn'' Plaice 
& his Wife Lucey, Anna y® Wife of Tho^ Young all Re- 
newed y"^ Baptismal Gov* with this chh at y** Same Time 
Baptized their Ghildren Kezia & Icabod Gorson Mary 
Plaice. Baptized Also James Bickford — Baptized Mol- 
ley & Margaret Palmer Ghildren of Barnaby Palmer 

July 7. Baptized Abiel Daughter of Abr™ Gook. 

July 14. Baptized Martha Drew Daughter of Tho* Drew 

July 21. Baptized Ebenezer Hannah & Elizabeth Glem- 
ents y^ Ghildren of Job Glements — At y^ Same Time 
Baptized Dorothy Winget. Isaac Libbey & his wife 
Sarah Took y** Gov* upon y"". Baptized his wife Sarah 
Libbey 

Aug. 11. Baptized Trustham Herd son of Jn** Herd 

Sep"^ 22. Baptized Bethena Gook Daughter of Peter Gook 
Jun^ 

Sep"^ 29. Baptized Elihu Hayes Son of Hezekiah Hayes 
of Dover y® Same Day m'' Gushing Baptized at Rochester 
Ann & Elizabeth Young Ghildren of Jon* Young & Bet- 
ty Gorson Daughter of Icabod Gorson. 

Nov 24. Baptized DoUey Mighill. 

Dec"" 8 Baptized John Ghamberlain & Jonathan Palmer 
1752. Jan^ 21. Baptized Rawlings Blagdon & Joseph Ber- 
ry at y^ Neck 

Feb. Baptized Deborah Rawlings Daughter of Edw*^ 
Rawlings. 

April 12. Baptized Sarah Door & Rebecca Trickey 



EOCHESTER BAPTISMS. 73 

1752. May 3. Baptized Mary Roger 

May 81. Baptized 7 Children at Barrington viz: Richard 

Babb(s?) 
June 14. Baptized Phebe Doore & Abigail Ham 
June 28. Abra™ Pearl Admitted Into Gov* & was Bap- 
tized his Wife Renewed Her Baptismal Gov* Baptized 
y'' son Paul Also Baptized Jn° Knowles, & Joseph Gook 
July 26. Baptized Joseph Plummer — Abigail Jennes & 
Elizabeth MacCrelis. Lade Nelson of Barrington Re- 
newed his Baptismal Gov* with y® Ghh Baptized his 
child. 
Aug. 28. Baptized Tabitha Foy 
Sep"^ 6. Baptized Lydia Jennes Isaac Wentworth 
Sep. 13. Baptized Martha Whitehouse 
Oct. 4. Baptized W" Horn Son of W"^ Horn of Sum- 

mersworth 
Oct. 11. Baptized Hannah Merry 
Nov"^ 8. Baptized Jonathan & David Jennes 
1758. Feby 25. Baptized Robert Walker 

April 8. Baptized Sarah Daughter of Jn° Plaice 

May 18. Baptized James Roger Son of James Roger Jun'^ 

May 27. Baptized Enoch Winget — Moses Bickford & 

Rebecca Forst. 
June 8. Baptized Abednego Herd 
June 7. Baptized Richard Plaice upon his Death bed at 

his Fathers House — y® son of James Plaice 
June 10. Baptized Elizabeth & Gomfort Sevey 
June 11. Baptized Joseph Plaice son of James Plaice 
June 14. Baptized Lydia & Jon^ Plaice children of 

James Plaice 
June 17. Baptized Joseph Door & Daniel Horn 
June 24. Baptized Paul Herd & John Pearl. 
July 8. William M'^fee & his wife Renewed y'^ Baptismal 

Gov' Baptized y Ghild John 
July 15. Ebenezer Ghamberlain Renewed his Baptismal 
Gov* & his Wife Lucretia took y® Gov* upon her & was 
Baptized also Baptized y" child Susee 
July 22. Baptized Daniel McNeal & Sarah Dam 
July 29. Baptized Joseph Allard Rachel Bickford & 

John Bickford also Sarah Dam 
Aug. 5. Baptized Deborah & Dolly Plaice 
Aug. 12. Deborah Dam Daughter of Eln^ Dam 
Aug. 19. Baptized James Goleman 



74 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1753. Aug. 25. Baptized Billy Pevey at his Fathers House 
Sept. 2. Baptized Daniel Pevey & Nathaniel Cook 

Sept 9. Baptized Susanna Richards John Winget 

Sep'' 16. Benj'* Richards & his Wife Renewed y' 

Baptismal Cov*^ Baptized y Child Bartholomew 
Sep'' 23. Ebenezer Plaice Jun'^ & his Wife took y^ Cov* 

upon y"' Baptized his wife Love & his son Moses 
Oct. 11. Baptized Ellis Farnum & Eliphalet Baisdell at 

Towow* 
Nov' 4. Baptized Esther Young daughter of Jon^ Young 
Nov 19. Baptized James Chamberlain Son of W"' Cham- 

berlam 
Dec 16. Baptized Timothy Young son of Tho* Young 

1754. Feb^ 7. Baptized Joshua Corson 

Feby 17. Baptized Moses Mighill Son of Jn° Mighill 

Feby 24. Baptized Jean Herd 

March 31. Baptized Charles Baker Son of Charles Baker 

April 14. Baptized Mary Knowles & Jn° Richards 

April 21. Baptized Joseph Nelson 

April 28. Baptized Hannah Roger Daughter of Charles 

Roger 
June 30. Baptized Paul & Stephen Tebbetts Twins y' 

Parents Henry & Anna Tebbetts Renewed y'' Baptismal 

Cov* at y® Same Time 
July 14. Baptized Richard Garland of Barrington & 

Anna Door of this Town Children 
July 21. Baptized Sarah Bickford Daughter of John 

Bickford — Baptized Trickey July 7th. 

Aug. 4. Paul Farnum & his wife Elizabeth came before 

this Church & Renewed their Baptismal Cov* — At y^ 

Same Time Baptized y'' Child Mary Farnum 
Aug. 25. Baptized Lois Berry Daughter of Stephen Ber- 
ry Jun'' 
Sep'' 1. Dorcas y® wife of Eleazar Hodgsdon took upon 

Her y^ Baptismal Cov*- & was Baptized 
Sep. 8. Baptized Daniel y® Son of Benj*"^ Merry 
Sep"" 15. Lemuel Bickford & his Wife Renewed their 

Baptismal Cov* Baptized y'' Child Hamiah Also y" 

Baptized Leah Rawlings & Moses Forst 
Sep'' 22. David Layton took y" Cov' upon Him & was 

Baptized His wife Anna Renewed Her Baptismal Cov* 

at y® Same Time Baptized their child Dolley 
♦Indian name for Lebanon, Me. — Ed. 



KOCHESTER BAPTISMS. 75 

1754 Oct. 6 Nathan Allen & his Wife Renewed y Bap- 
tismal Gov* — Baptized y child Joseph. 

Ocf 20. Baptized Lydia Allard & Molley Bickford 

Oct. 27. Baptized Sarah Miller 

Nov 3. Baptized James Burnam 

Nov"^ 10. Baptized Beard Plummer 

Nov^ 17. Nath^ Tebbetts & his Wife Renewed their Gov* 
Baptized their Ghildren viz: Sarah Henry & Mary — 
Also Baptized Mary Wallingford 

Dec'' 8 Wentworth Hayes & Mary his Wife Renewed 
their Baptismal Govenant Baptized their Ghild Amos 
Main who was Born Octob"^ 25, 1754 about two of the 
clock m y^ afternoon. Also Baptized Mark Jennes 
1755. Jan^ 19. Baptized Betty Young Daughter of James 
Young w° y° Solemnly promised to Brmg up that & all 
his Ghildren Agreeable to y^ Bonds of y® Gov' & to 
Gontinue Himself yrin all his Days 

Feb^ 9. Baptized Moses Son of Gapt Tim" Roberts at his 
Fathers House Being Dangerously Sick — y® Same day 
Baptized William Son of Tho* Pevey 

March 16. Abigail y^ wife of Daniel Page Renewed her 
Baptismal Gov*. Baptized y'^ child Joseph Page 

March 23. Baptized Richard Wentworth Son of Rich'^ 
Wentworth 

April 10. Baptized John Goleman at his Fathers House 
He Being Dangerously Sick 

April 13. Baptized Gharles Tracey Whitehouse, Abigail 
Whitehouse, Sarah Drew, John Layton, Mary Dam, 
Jonathan Horn & Keziah Plaice 

April 20. Baptized James Plaice & Sarah M'^Fee. 

May 18. Baptized Betty Ham & Sarah Richards 

June 22. Baptized James Berr}^ Son of Ephraim Berry — 
Tho^ Witherel Entred Into Gov' & was Baptized His 
Wife Renewed Her Gov* at y® Same Time Baptized 
their child 

June 29. Joseph Tompson Entred into Gov* & was Bap- 
tized at y** Same tune his Wife — Renewed her Baptism^ 
Gov* — & [This is recorded again on another page as 
June 22.] 

July 20 Baptized Elizabeth Bickford Ghild of Rich-^ 
Bickford 

July 27. Baptized Susanna Berry daughter of Benj* 
Berry 



KOKTH CHUKCH RECOEDS, 
PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 



BAPTISMS. 



[Rev. Samuel Langdon, D. D., having been elected President of Har- 
vard College, was dismissed from the pastorate of the North Church, 
Oct. 9, 1774. The baptisms from that date to Jan. 27, 1779, it is perhaps 
best not to assign, though Rev. Ezra Stiles, D. D., was pastor of the 
North Church from May 29, 1777 to June 7, 1778.] 

[Continued from Vol. VI, page 46.] 

1775 June 25 Sidney Child of Samuel Cutts Esq. & Anna 
Cutts 
John Child of George and Mary Gains 
July 16 Mary Child of Joseph & Walker 

Dorcas Child of Samuel Ham Son of William Ham 
& Ham 

23 Mark Child of Joseph & Simes 

Jacob Child of Samuel & Ham Son of John 

Ham 
John Hancock "] Twins Children of Mark Noble 
Comfort Putnam J & Noble 

Rebecca Child of ditto Born August 7"^ 1755 
Rachel ditto ditto ditto March 9"^ 1770 
Hannah ditto ditto ditto May 6*'^ 1772 
30 SaUy Child of Timothy &■ Ham 

Aug* 20 Jacob Cutter Child of Jacob & Anne Treadwell 
Jane Vaughan Child of Jotham & Sarah Rmdge 
Samuel Child of Benj'^ (Son of Moses Miller) & 
Miller 
27 John Child of John Harvey & Harvey 

Sep^ 3 John Child of Nason & Alice Nason 

10 Peter Livius Child of William & Priscilla Martin 
John Child of Henry Nutter & Margery Nutter 

24 Elizabeth Child of James Hoit & " Hoit 
Ocf 1 Joseph Warren Child of Moses & Wood- 
ward (N. C. R., HI: 87.) 

Oct^ 8 Mary Cutts Child of Daniel & Hart 

Nov 26 Oliver Child of Cap* Samuel Briard & 
Briard 



BAPTISMS. 77 

1775 Dec^ 10 Dorothy Wentworth Child of Woodbury 

& Sarah Langdon 
31 Hannah Child of Peter & Man 

1776 Feb^ 18 Ephraim Child of Samuel & Sher- 

burne 
Abigail Child of John & Sherburne 

Nathi Sheafe Child of Nath^ Sheafe Gosspeth & David 
Child of Tobias Warner & Benjamin Child of 
Joseph Akerman & 
March 24 Elizabeth Child of William & Brewster 

April 7 Elisha Child of Elisha & Hill 

June 23 Sarah Child of Solomon & Sarah Loud 
Aug* 11 Isaac Sumner Child of Cap* Gregory & 

Sarah Gregory 
Mary Child of Ezekiel & Pitman 

Elizabeth Child of Nehemiah & Rowel 

Sep* 1 Elizabeth Child of Mark & Hannah Nelson 
Octo' 10 Katharme Child of Neil and Mary M^Intire 
20 Mary Joanna Child of Richard & Mercy Hart 
27 John Child of John Noble & Noble 

Hannah Bartlet Child of Ebenezer Light and Hannah 

Light 
Eleanor Mitchel Child of Samuel & Elizabeth Lear 
Nov"^ 10 William Child of Richard & Esther Jackson 

24 William Child of Jacob & Anne Treadwell 
Decem'^ 15 Dorothy Furnel Child Posthumous of Richard 
Shortridge & Shortridge 

29 Sarah Anne Child of Doctor Ammi R. Cutter & 
Hannah Cutter 
Mary Child of Gershom Flagg & Flagg 

1777 Jany 26 Hittey Child of Mark Seavey & Seavey 
Thomas Child of Samuel Ham & Ham (Son of 

John Ham) 
Feb^ 2 Elizabeth Child of Henry Sherburne & 

Sherburne 
March 16 Cambden Child of Samuel Cutts Esq & Anna 
Cutts 
George Child of Jeremiah Dennis & Susanna Child of 
Cap' Robert Parker & Sarah Parker 
Ap^ 6 Lucy Child of Samuel Beck & Beck 

Agnes Child of Tobias Warner & Warner 

13 Jacob Tilton Child of Benjamin Slade & Elizabeth 
Child of John Sherburne & Sherburne 



78 NOKTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

1777 June 1 Joseph Child of Joseph Walker & 
Walker 

7 James Child of John & Mary Varril 

8 Mary Child of Benjamin & Hannah Miller - 
15 Samuel Child of Samuel & Mary Hill 

James Child of Ditto Ditto 

Daniel Child of Jeremiah & Mary Hill 
Elisha Child of James & Eunice Hill 
July 13 Dorcas Child of Nahum & Margery Ward 

27 Jacob Treadwell Child of Jacob & Abigail Wal- 
dron 
Anne Child of Ditto Ditto 

Aug* 17 William Browne Child of Lydia Lewis widow 
of W" Lewis Dec* 
Seth Child of Seth and Temperance Walker 
24 Samuel Child of Samuel Ham Son of William 
& Ham 

Sep* 7 Thomas Child of Peter Man & Man 

Timothy Child of Timothy Ham & Ham 

Ruth Child of Robert Ham & Ham 

(N. C. R., HL 88.) 
Sepf 21 Bethiah Child of Joshua & Sarah Guppey 
Octo"^ 5 Margaret Child of John Mendum & Susanna 
Mendum 
12 John Child of John & Sarah Gregory 
Decem' 7 Hannah Child of Joseph Law & Law 

14 William Child of Joseph Pitman & Pitman 
Frances ditto of George & Mary Pendexter 

21 Elizabeth ditto of John Langdon Esq'' and Eliza- 
beth Langdon 

1778 Jan-^y 4 John Foster ditto of WiUiam Brewster 
& Brewster 

11 Jacob ditto of Henry & Margery Nutter 
John Gains ditto of David & Mary Brewster 
Polly ditto of Jeremiah & Mary Hill 
18 Tobias, Man, Tobias Walker of Portsmouth 
John Child of ditto & Walker 

William Ditto of ditto & ditto 
Feby 1 William Walker Ditto of John & Deborah Parrot 
Benjamin Ditto of Nath^ Pike & Sarah Pike 
John Parker Ditto of John Sharpies & Mary Sharpies 

15 Sally Ditto of Nehemiah & Rowel 

22 John Ditto of Humphrey & Furnald 



BAPTISMS. 79 

1778 March 1 Violet Negro Woman Widow of Boston 
Negroe 
Pharaoh Child of Ditto Ditto 

8 James Ditto of Samuel & Sherburne 

Nathaniel Ditto of Nathaniel & Mary Pitman 
Eunice Ditto of James & Eunice Hill 
22 Benjamin, Man, Benjamin Crocket 
Anne Child of ditto 

Priscilla Child of William & Priscilla Martin 
Apr^ 5 Ed\yard Child of Edward & Margery Snell 
James Child of John Reed and Reed 

19 Anne Child of Michael & Mary Whidden 
Love Child of Gershom & Flagg 

Rich'^ Langdon Ditto of Samuel and Elizabeth Lear 
26 Ehzabeth Ditto of Elisha and Hill 

George Washmgton Ditto of Neil and Mary M'^Intyer 
May 17 Olive Ditto of Ezekiel and Pitman 

Winthi'op, Man, Winthrop Bennet 
John Child of Ditto 
July 5 Susanna Child of John & Mary Varril 
Aug* 2 Anna Child of Joseph & Akerman 

Mary Ditto of Joseph & Simes 

Joseph Rase Ditto of Thomas & Elizabeth Dalling 
Benj* Tousdel Ditto of Nathaniel and Alice Nason 
Sep* 6 George Ditto of Cap* Samuel Briard & 

Benj^ Cotton Ditto of Nath^ Peverly & Peverly 

Joseph Ditto of Samuel Cate jun"^ & Gate 

Octo' 4 Atrah Elliot Ditto of John Sherburne & 
Sherburne 
Seth Ditto of Seth & Temperance Walker 
Decem'' 6 Elizabeth ditto of Richard & Mercy Hart 

Theophilus ditto of George Gains Esq and Mary 
Gams (N. C. R., UL 89.) 

1779 J any 3 Samuel Child of Mark Nelson & Nelson 

Mark Wattson ditto of Mark Seavey & Seavey 

(N. C. R., HI: 90.) 

BAPTISMS BY REV. JOSEPH BUCKMINSTER. 

[There are two records of baptisms; we have followed the one in the 
handwriting of Rev. Mr. Buckminster and given in brackets any addi- 
tional information contained in the other record.] 

1779 Feb^ 11 Ephraim Son of Jeremiah and Susanna 
Dennet 



80 NORTH CHTJECH RECORDS. 

1779 March 14 Phebe Daughter of Richard Jenkms (B. 
P-^ M"^ Mansfield) 
18 John Son of Colo^ John & Betsey Langdon, private 
baptism, sick 

21 Margery Greenleafe Daugh"" of Nahum & Margery 
Ward 

28 George Son of George and Mary Doeg 
Margaret Daughter of Peter & Margaret Kinistone 
John Son of D° held up by M^ Marsh, Father absent 

April y« 4^*^ Elizabeth Daughter of Elisha & [Elizabeth] 

Hill 
May y^ 2 EUhu Son of Elihu & Sarah Langly 
June y® 6 Mary Daugh"^ of Edward Park and his wife 

[Jerusha] 
July y® 4 Katy Daugh"^ of Henry Sherburne 
11 Ruth Daugh'' Joseph [& Eleanor] Walker 

18 Solomon Son of Solo" & Sarah Loud husband ab- 
sent 

August 1 John Son of Daniel & Hart 

John Son of Tobias & Warner 

Mark Son of Peter [& Elizabeth] Man 
Eunice and Polly D" of W" & Ruth M-Tntyer 
Sally Daugh"^ of Nath^ and Mary Mendum 
6 Thomas Son of Jacob [& Abigail] Walden. (M"^ 
M<=CHntock) 

22 Phebe Daugh"" of John & Hamiah Mendum 

29 Esther D' of Benjamin & Miller ^ (D^ Haven) 
Anna D-- of Caleb & Mitchel J 

Sepf^ 12 W" Son of Cap* John and Sarah Greg- 

ory 

19 John Son of David Cullum, private baptism not in 
Covn* 

26 Edward Sherburne Son of Cap* Salter [John J"^ & 
Abigail Salter] 
John Son and Katy Daughter of W"" Fernald & wife 
(D^ Haven) 
Octo"^ 3 John & Samuel Sons of Dan^ Grant & wife 
4 Nathi Son of Nath^ Folsom & wife [Mary] 
24 W" Son of Samii WaUis & wife 
November 14 Joseph Son of Winthrop Bennet & wife 

21 Polly D^" of James Hill & Eunice his wife 
Decemb'- 12 Sarah D'' of Nath" Folsom & Mary his 
wife (M^ Stevens) 



FKIEOT)S RECORDS, 
DOVER, N. H., MONTHLY MEETmG. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 
[Continued from Vol. VI, page 25.] 

Nicholas Jones; pages 63 and 100. 
Lucy Turner; died 3, 2 mo. 1816. 
Married at Henniker. 
Their child born in Gilmanton: 
Benjamin H., born 3, 8 mo. 1815; page 112. 
Nathaniel Jenkins; pages 57 and 104; died 1, 1 mo. 1858. 
Content Allen; page 59; died 26, 1 mo. 1820. 
Married at Kittery. 
Their children: 
Joseph A., born 20, 2 mo. 1812; disowned. 
Asa Austin, 12, 9 mo. 1813; died 29, 1 mo. 1816. 
Content, 27, 10 mo. 1819; died 26, 11 mo. 1819. 
Jonathan D. Roberts; page 64; disowned. 
Lydia Roberts; disowned. 

Accepted after marriage. 
Their children born in Farmington: 
Mary J., born 13, 5 mo. 1807; disowned. 
Joseph J., 28, 10 mo. 1810. 
David S., 4, 6 mo. 1813; disowned. 
John Comley, 14, 5 mo. 1816. 
Timothy Jenkins; page 94; died 7, 10 mo. 1830. 
Catharine Austin; page 68. 

Married at Dover, 30, 11 mo. 1814. 
Their children: 

William A., born 10, 1 mo. 1815; married Austin; 

disowned. 
David, 13, 3 mo. 1818. 

Nathaniel, 25, 5 mo. 1823; removed to Salem. 
Mary, 9, 6 mo. 1820. 
Sarah Ann, 24, 11 mo. 1827. 
Jeremiah Bean; page 64; died 1, 3 mo. 1830. 
Elizabeth Canney; page 80; died 6, 4 mo. 1866. 
Married at New Durham, 30, 9 mo. 1813. 



82 RECOEDS OF DOVEE MONTHLY MEETING. 

Their children: 
Joseph C, born 2T, 8 mo. 1814; died 27, 2 mo. 1852. 
Cyrus B., 29, 6 mo. 1819. 
Mary W., 10, 9 mo. 1822. 
Hannah E., 14, 9 mo. 1825; married Chas. W. Thompson; 

died 15, 12 mo. 1864, at Haverhill. 
Darius J., 15, 3 mo. 1828; died 26, 2 mo. 1860. 

(F. F. R., I: 99.) 
Joseph Tuttle; page 62. 
Sarah Pinkham; page 73. 

Married at Dover, 30, 11 mo. 1814. 
Their children: 
Ezra J., born 6, 9 mo. 1815; married Isaac Varney. 
Asa C, 11, 12 mo. 1816; removed to Philadelphia; return- 
ed. 

Stephen, 3, 3 mo. 1819; married out to Roxanna 

but was retained a member; died 21, 11 mo. 1845. 
William Penn, 26, 6 mo. 1823; married Mary Varney. 
Joseph Edward; 6, 5 mo. 1835. 
John Canney, Jr.; page 80; died 13, 5 mo. 1856. 
Abigail Hanson; page 60; died 9, 3 mo. 1868, at Minneapolis, 
Mmn. 

Married at Gilmanton, 2, 11 mo. 1815. 
Their children bom m New Durham: 
Almira, born 7, 11 mo. 1818; page 120; married to Jacob 

Osborne. 
Joseph H., 27, 7 mo. 1821; page 120; married Ursula Bas- 

sett. 
Eliza Jane, 12, 2 mo. 1824; married Daniel Bassett and 

was disowned. 
Ruth J., 7, 2 mo. 1827; married out to Henry C. Keith, 
1849. 
Nicholas Pinkham; page 73; died 3, 12 mo. 1818. 
Elizabeth Austm; page 68; removed to Berwick. 
Married at Dover, 2, 2 mo. 1814. 
Their children: 
Nicholas K., bom 12, 4 mo. 1815; removed to Berwick. 
Elizabeth A., 29, 5 mo. 1817; removed to Berwick. 
EU Varney; page 68; disowned. 
Charlotte Varney; page 76; died 5, 7 mo. 1835. 
Married at Dover, 3, 7 mo. 1816. 
Their children: 
Matilda, born 30, 6 mo. 1819; died 10, 12 mo. 1841. 



FAMILY RECOKDS. 83 

Permela C, 29, 9 mo. 1821; died 14, 5 mo. 1871. 
Nicholas Jones; page 99; died 8, 5 mo. 1841. 
Abigail M. Folsom; page 100; married [2d] Timothy Hanson. 

Married, second, at Epping, 12, 6 mo. 1834. 
Timothy Hanson; died 28, 8 mo. 1859. 
Abigail M. Jones; page 100. 

Married at Rochester, 6,* 12 mo. 1844. 
No children: (F. F. R., I: 100.) 

Nicholas H. Roberts; page 67; disowned; died 15, 12 mo. 

1857. 
Elizabeth Roberts; page 73; disowned. 

Married at Dover, 1, 12 mo. 1813. 
Their children: 
Charlotte G., born 9, 9 mo. 1914; disowned. 
Joseph, 10, 9 mo. 1818; died 17, 9 mo. 1831. 
Thomas, 10, 9 mo. 1818. 

Walter, 17, 10 mo. 1823; died 29, 11 mo. 1824. 
Hannah E., 25, 10 mo. 1825; died 13, 3 mo. 1826. 
George K., 27, 4 mo. 1827; died 10, 9 mo. 1830. 
Francis A. F., 25, 10 mo. 1831; died 23, 9 mo. 1855. 
George Varney; page 52; died 14, 6 mo. 1826. 
Betsey Varney; page 75. 

Married at Rochester, 31, 10 mo. 1816. 
Their children: 
Mary Jane, born 22, 7 mo. 1818. 

Daniel, 29, 8 mo. 1822; married out to Martha Ham; but 
continued a member; he died 12, 6 mo. 1866. 
Otis Meader; page 51; died in Vermont, 25, 7 mo. 1833. 
Lydia Varney; page 50; removed to Salem Monthly Meeting; 

married 2'^ Mudge; she died at Lynn 28, 6 mo. 

1871, aged 80 years and 1 month. 
Married at Rochester, 3, 4 mo. 1817 
Their children: 
Harriet, born 26, 9 mo. 1816; removed to Salem Monthly 

Meeting. 
Charles, 20, 9 mo. 1820; died 24, 2 mo. 1821. 
Eunice V., 22, 2 mo. 1822; removed to Salem Monthly 
Meeting; certificate 2 mo. 1840. 
Cyrus Bangs, born 26, 4 mo. 1793; died 17, 6 mo. 1867. 
Matilda Varney; page 76. 

Married at Dover, 28, 5 mo. 1817. 
Their children born in Dover: 
♦Certificate of marriage says December 5, 1844. — Ed, 



84 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

William J., born 4, 3 mo. 1818; removed to Philadelphia. 

Edward S., 19, 1 mo. 1820; died 13, 7 mo. 1825. 

Maria, 3, 3 mo. 1821; married out to Doct. Howe; died 14, 

11 mo. 1853. 
Sarah, 11, 10 mo. 1823; married out to William Stevens; 

continued a member; died 16, 10 mo. 1865. 
Walter, 7, 5 mo. 1825; died 14, 7 mo. 1825. 
Carolme, 19, 2 mo. 1827; died 19, 11 mo. 1827. 
Walter, 19, 11 mo. 1828; died 3, 1 mo. 1831. 
Ellen, 13, 4 mo. 1830; died 25, 5 mo. 1835. 
Elizabeth, 24, 4 mo. 1833; married out to Samuel Shep- 

ard of Salem; died 21, 7 mo. 1860. 
Walter S., 18, 6 mo. 1835; died 27, 5 mo. 1837. 
Ellen, 13, 9 mo. 1836. 
Mary, 21, 8 mo. 1837. 

Cyrus K., 29, 3 mo. 1839; died 26, 7 mo. 1839. 
Charles Edward, 27, 9 mo. 1842; died 12, 9 mo. 1843. 

(F. F. R., I: 101.) 
Jeremiah Roberts; page 72. 
Love Wingate. 

Married at Rochester, 1, 10 mo. 1818. 
Their children bom in Sandwich except the last who 
was born m Dover: 
Charles W., born 1, 3 mo. 1822. 
John M., 19, 11 mo. 1824. 
Susanna C, 17, 2 mo. 1831. 
Elizabeth M., 22, 8 mo. 1836. 
Daniel W., 19, 1 mo. 1842. 
First four children received by certificate. 
David Roberts, Jr.; page 81; died 5, 4 mo. 1864; son of David 

Roberts; received by request. 
Elizabeth Canney; page 89. 

Married at New Durham, 11, 2 mo. 1819. 
Their children: 
Anna, born 19, 8 mo. 1824; died 31, 8 mo. 1826. 
Jonas, 23, 10 mo. 1828; disowned. 
Procinda, 10, 1 mo. 1831; disowned. 
Isaac Twombly, Jr.; page 19; disowned, 1851. 
Abial Green; page 79. 

Married at Rochester, 4, 5 mo. 1820. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Mary, born 24, 9 mo. 1822. 
Isaac H., 21, 1 mo. 1825. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 85 

Allen, 9, 7 mo. 1827. 

Simon G., 18, 11 mo. 1831; died 29, 11 mo. 1831. 
Nathaniel Meader; page 49; died 7, 8 mo. 1836. 
Peace Morrill. 

Married at Berwick. 
Their children: 
Ehzabeth Hoag, born 15, 3 mo. 1818; removed to Seabrook. 
Susan Lewis, 5, 7 mo. 1819; disowned. 
Winthrop Morrill, 11, 11 mo. 1820. 
Edward Gove, 27, 10 mo. 1825. 

(F. F. R., I: 102.) 
Josiah Parsons. 
Judith Parsons. 

Accepted, 1839. 
Their child born in Gilmanton: 
Daniel, born 15, 4 mo. 1821; never a member. 
Jeremy Hanson; page 60. 
Eunice Femald. 

Married at GOmanton, 5, 10 mo. 1820. 
Their children born in Gilmanton. 
Ona, born 19, 8 mo. 1821. 
Enos H., 4, 3 mo. 1823. 
Stephen M., 23, 4 mo. 1824. 
Arabell H., 7, 2 mo. 1826. 
Caroluie, 24, 10 mo. 1827. 
Eunice, 10, 8 mo. 1829. 
Julia C, 10, 5 mo. 1831. 
Jeremy, 10, 9 mo. 1833. 

They all removed to the state of Maine, thence to Lincoln, 
N. H. 
Paul Hussey; page 105. 
Anna Hussey; page 48. 

Married at Dover, 1, 11 mo. 1820. 
Timothy Tuttle; married out; disowned. 
Dorothy Trickey. 

Both became members soon after marriage. 
Their children born members: 
Phebe, born 18, 8 mo. 1819; disowned. 
Anna, 7, 3 mo. 1828. 
Abigail, 18, 8 mo. 1830. 
Jonathan Wingate, removed to Sandwich with family. 
Eunice Roberts; page 72; died 11, 7 mo. 1839. 
Married at Farmington, 4, 1 mo. 1821. 



86 EECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Their children: 
Lydia, born 29, 12 mo. 1821. 
William, 8, 12 mo. 1823. 
Moses, 4, 3 mo. 1826. 
George, 25, 4 mo. 1830. 
Hiram, 23, 8 mo. 1832. 
James, 18, 11 mo. 1834. 

(F. F. R., I: 103.) 

John Bean; removed to Iowa; died at Mount Pleasant Iowa, 

1, 10 mo. 1862, aged 69 years. 
Elizabeth Hill. 

Married at Gilmanton, 30, 8 mo. 1821. 
Their children: 
James, born 11, 6 mo. 1822; removed to Minnesota. 
Joel, 16, 12 mo. 1825; removed to Iowa. 
Mary H., 6, 12 mo. 1827; married Charles A. Tibbetts 

and removed to Iowa. 
Elizabeth R., 6, 12 mo. 1827; removed to Iowa. 
Jeremy, 20, 12 mo. 1836; died 18, 8 mo. 1853. 

Nathaniel Jenkins; page 99; died 1, 1 mo. 1858. 
Rose Tuttle; page 62. 

Married at Dover, 29, 5 mo. 1822. 
Their child born in Madbury: 
Ira T., born 13, 4 mo. 1827; page 125; married Lydia 
E. Vamey. 

John Brown; page 68; removed to Philadelphia in 1840 and 

died. 
Mary Thornton; died 27, 11 mo. 1851 in Philadelphia. 
Married at Smithfield, 9 mo. 1806. 
Their childi'en all born in Dover except the first three, 
who were born in Salem: 
William Henry, born 30, 9 mo. 1807; died 20, 10 mo. 
1809. 

William Henry, 6, 1 mo. 1810. 

George Thornton, 6, 4 mo. 1812. 

Nathaniel Howland, 24, 5 mo. 1815. 

Edward, 26, 5 mo. 1817. 

Walter, 16, 12 mo. 1821. 

John, 31, 5 mo. 1823; died in Philadelphia. 

Mary Anna, 25, 4 mo. 1825; died 6, 8 mo. 1826. 

David T., 16, 5 mo. 1827. 

Mary Anna, 15, 11 mo. 1831; died in Philadelphia. 



FAMILY EECORDS. 87 

Jokn Varney; page 59; disowned. 

Mary Varney; came in by request; died 29, 12 mo. 1827. 
[Married.] 
Their children: 
Sarah, bom 6, 4 mo. 1808; died at Salem. 
Shubael, 24, 4 mo. 1809; disowned; died 29, 4 mo. 1864. 
Eliza, 19, 12 mo. 1810; disowned. 
Mary, 19, 7 mo. 1812; died 19, 8 mo. 1814. 
Joshua, 2, 4 mo. 1814; disowned. 
John, 10, 12 mo. 1815; died at Salem. 
Mary, 28, 9 mo. 1817; married out and was disowned. 
Libbeus, 29, 7 mo. 1819. 
Caroline, 15, 3 mo. 1821; died. 
Abigail, 11, 5 mo. 1824; removed to Salem. 
Adeline, 24, 2 mo. 1826; married James Harvey Hall and 

was disowned. 
Ann, 17, 12 mo. 1827; disowned. 

(F. F. R., I: 104.) 
Elijah Hussey; died 15, 8 mo. 1826. 

Jane Bickford; she afterward married John Dow of Vassal- 
borough. 
[Married.] 

Their children born in Dover: 
Joseph, bom 19, 4 mo. 1790; not a member. 
Priscilla, 25, 12 mo. 1792; not a member. 
Ruth, 21, 11 mo. 1794; received by her request; married 

James Ellis. 
Paul, 22, 5 mo. 1797; page 103. 
Timothy, 25, 7 mo. 1799; disowned. 
Daniel, 14, 8 mo. 1801; disowned. 
Elijah, 30, 10 mo. 1803; disowned. 
Moses, 4, 1 mo. 1806; disowned. 
Elizabeth, 8, 2 mo. 1808; disowned. 
Mary Jane, 19, 5 mo. 1810; disowned. 
Sarah, 19, 4 mo. 1814; disowned. 
Last eight children received by their mothers request. 
James Ellis; disowned. 
Ruth Hussey; disowned. 

Married and received from Sandwich. 
Their children born in Dover: 
James Albert, born 10, 7 mo. 1823; disowned. 
William Russell, 1, 9 mo. 1827. 
Charles F., 25, 10 mo. 1828. 



88 EECOEDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Isaac Wendell, page 64; disowned; died at Bustleton, Penn., 

25, 3 mo. 1857, aged 71. 
Anna Whittier; page 71; died 9, 4 mo. 1847 in PhiladelpMa, 
Penn. 

Married at Dover, 3, 5 mo. 1809. 
Their children: 
Ann Elizabeth, born. 
Isaac. 

Mary S., 3, 9 mo. 1815; died 31, 9 mo. 1815. 
Margaret Sherburne, 15, 5 mo. 1820. 
Evart J an sen. 

Family removed to Philadelphia. 
Moses Whittier; pages 71 and 106; died 17, 12 mo. 1857. 
Gertrude Frye; died 9, 12 mo. 1818. 
Married at Salem. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Mary C, born 11, 1 mo. 1816; married Charles Jones of 
Brunswick, Maine; she died in Boston, 26, 12 mo. 1857. 
William F., 16, 4 mo. 1817. (F. F. R., I: 105.) 

Moses Whittier; page 105; disowned; died 17, 12 mo. 1857. 
Sarah H. Jones; died 23, 1 mo. 1837. 

Married at Durham, Me., 1, 3 mo. 1821. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Eunice Gertrude, born 16, 2 mo. 1822; married Joseph 

Cartland. 
Obadiah, 21, 7 mo. 1823. 

Rebecca Ann, 29, 3 mo. 1825; certificate to Durham, 1843. 
Lois Ellen, 22, 4 mo. 1827; married Samuel S. Wilson. 
Esther J., 22, 2 mo. 1829; married Edward Frye. 
Sarah E., 29, 11 mo. 1830; died 12, 8 mo. 1834. 
Henry M., 18, 12 mo. 1832; certificate to Durham, 1843. 
Edward S., 5, 5 mo. 1834; certificate to Durham, 1843. 
Sarah E., 9, 8 mo. 1836; married Amos C. Weeden; releas- 
ed by request from Providence Monthly Meeting. 
Sargent Hanson; page 62. 
Lois Jenkms; page 69; died 2, 1 mo. 1868. 
Married at Lee, 5, 6 mo. 1823. 
Their children: 
Andrew, born 22, 4 mo. 1824; disowned. 
John J., 9, 1 mo. 1826. 

Mary E., 29, 3 mo. 1828; married out and was disowned. 
Sargent, 16, 9 mo. 1830. 
Miriam S., 9, 12 mo. 1832. 



FAMILY KECORDS. 89 

Sarah Ann, 8, 12 mo. 1835. 
Ellen, 29, 5 mo. 1838. 
Olney Thompson; page 108. 
Lydia Meader; page 57; died 16, 3 mo. 1826. 
Married at Rochester, 2, 10 mo. 1823. 
Their children: [no name given.] 
James Austin; page 68; died 18, 7 mo. 1859. 
Elizabeth Varney; page 67. 

Married at Rochester, 1, 1 mo. 1824. 
Their children: 
Mary E., born 23, 5 mo. 1826. 
Nathaniel, 25, 2 mo. 1828. 
Jonathan Jenkins, Jr.; page 58. 
Patience Hodgdon; died 30, 11 mo. 1853. 
Married at Dover, 29, 5 mo. 1822. 

(F. F. R., I: 106.) 
Moses Roberts; page 72. 

Sarah Place; died 30, 12 mo. 1869, aged 75 years 3 mo. 28 
days; came into membership by request. 
Married at Rochester, 30, 9 mo. 1824. 
Their children born in Farmington: 
Eunice V., born 18, 8 mo. 1826; died 29, 3 mo. 1856. 
Cyrus, 31, 8 mo. 1828. 
John, 10, 1 mo. 1831; died 1, 9 mo. 1832. 
James, 20, 9 mo. 1834. 
William Varney; page 67; died 24, 11 mo. 1863. 
Anna Varney; died 14, 11 mo. 1863. 

Married at Rochester, 2, 6 mo. 1825. 
Their children bom in Farmington: 
Job, born 8, 3 mo. 1826. 
Huldah, 30, 7 mo. 1827; died 29, 9 mo. 1828. 
Mary, 21, 5 mo. 1829; married William P. Tuttle; died 2, 

3 mo. 1869. 
Hannah, 8, 1 mo. 1833. 
Levi Sawyer; page 58; died 23, 11 mo. 1868. 
Hannah G. Pmkham; page 73. 

Married at Dover, 5, 7 mo. 1826. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Lydia, 12, 4 mo. 1827; died 3, 5 mo. 1836. 
EHzabeth Chase, 6, 9 mo. 1829; died 28, 4 mo. 1836. 
Joseph Browne, 20, 11 mo. 1832. 
Lydia Elizabeth, 9, 6 mo. 1837. 
Levi Newell, 25, 2 mo. 1842. 



90 EECOKDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Elijah Jenkins, of New Durham; page 75. 
Elizabeth Roberts; page 67; died 14, 1 mo. 1831. 
Married at Dover, 30, 5 mo. 1827. 
Their child: 
Adelme Elizabeth, born 10, 5 mo. 1829; page 124; married 
Charles E. Jenkins; page 109. 
Elijah Jenkins; page 75; second marriage. 
Abigail B. Drew; received by request; died 28, 1 mo. 1860. 
Married out but continued a member. 
Their children: 
Henry Allen, bom 20, 6 mo. 1834. 
William J., 2, 4 mo. 1836. (F. F. R., I: 107.) 

Gideon C. Smith; page 65; removed away. 
Mary Whittier; page 71. 

Married at Dover, 26, 9 mo. 1827. 
Their child: 
Mary Elizabeth, bom 22, 10 mo. 1828. 
Timothy Robinson. 
Elizabeth Tabor. 

Married at Vassalborough, 22, 1 mo. 1806. 
Their children born in Vassalborough except the 
last three who were born in Dover: 
William, born 24, 12 mo. 1806; disowned. 
Joel, 23, 12 mo. 1810; disowned. 

Anna, 29, 1 mo. 1813; married to Dunham. 

Stephen, 29, 6 mo. 1815. 
Mary, 13, 5 mo. 1818. 
Lydia T., 30, 12 mo. 1819. 

Hannah, 29, 4 mo. 1825; married to Joseph Briggs. 
Aza Arnold; page 65; removed. 
Abigail Dennis. 

Married at Newport, [R. I.] 
Their children born m Dover: 
Samuel Aza, born 4, 1 mo. 1827. 
Elizabeth, 17, 5 mo. 1829. 
Onley Thompson; page 106; removed to Iowa. 
Lydia A. Meader. 

Married [at Rochester,] 30, 6 mo. 1831. 
Abner Jones and his wife Phebe Jones. 
Their children born in Dover: 
James Lewis, born 12, 9 mo. 1826. 
George Heniy, 13, 3 mo. 1832. 
Family removed to Lynn. (F. F. R., I: 108.) 



FAMILY RECORDS. 91 

Jacob K. Purinton; page 94. [First marriage.] 
Rebecca Pinkham; page 73; died 12, 2 mo. 1835, 
Married at Dover, 31, 8 mo. 1831. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Maiy EHzabeth, born 16, 7 mo. 1832; died 9, 9 mo. 1833. 
Sarah Ann, 21, 2 mo. 1834; married Albert C. Hill; page 
126. 
Jacob K. Purinton. [Second marriage.] 
Mary Estes; died 21, 8 mo. 1843. 

Married at North Berwick, 28, 10 mo. 1840. 

Jacob K. Purinton. [Third marriage.] 
Gulielma M. Bassett. 

Married at Wolfborough, 21, 10 mo. 1845. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Mary Elizabeth, born 16, 1 mo. 1848; died 23, 7 mo. 1864. 
Alice Rebecca, 24, 11 mo. 1852. 
Edward Jacob, 11, 4 mo. 1861. 

Nicholas Jenkins; page 70; died 13, 1 mo. 1837. 
Mary Varney; page 61; she joined the Wilburites, was dis- 
owned; died 18, 5 mo. 1850. 

Married at Dover, 25, 1 mo. 1832. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Charles Edward, born 14, 12 mo. 1832; page 124; married 

Adeline E. Jenkins; page 107. 
Lydia Ann, 8, 3 mo. 1836; died 29, 12 mo. 1839. 

Amasa Varney; page 52; died 9, 5 mo. 1859. 
Comfort Hill; page 73. 

Married at Berwick, 3, 9 mo. 1818. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Cyrus, born 2, 8 mo. 1821. 
Newell B., 27, 2 mo. 1828. 
The family removed to Berwick. 

Benajah Varney; page 59. 
Sarah Hill; page 73. 

Married at Berwick. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Mary E., born 8, 4 mo. 1825. 
Charles Edwin, 24, 9 mo. 1829. 
WilHam Henry, 26, 4 mo. 1832. 
Sarah Ann, 10, 2 mo. 1834. 
The family removed to Berwick. 

(F. F. R., I: 109.) 



eppi:n^g town recoeds. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS AND INTENTIONS OF 

MARRIAGE. 

[Continued from Vol. VI, page 8.] 

Rockingham ss. On the 26"^ day of December 1843, at Not- 
tingham, came Mr. Enoch Locke of Barnstead and Miss 
Martha Lane of Nottingham and were lawfully joined in 
Marriage. 

Before me Calvin Chapman, Minister of the Gospel. 
Attest, Calvin Chapman, Minister of the Gospel. 

Rockingham ss. On the 28*'^ day of December 1843, at Ep- 
ping, came Mr. William P. Watson and Miss Mary Jane 
Hills both of Nottmgham and were lawfully joined in Mar- 
riage. 

Before me Calvin Chapman, Minister of the Gospel. 
A true copy of record. 

Attest, Calvin Chapman, Minister of the Gospel. 

A true Copy. 

Attest, John W. Morrill, Town Clerk. 

Received March 15*^ 1844. 

(E. T. R., 8: 25.) 
To all it may concern I hereby certify that the following 
persons have been duly joined in marriage by me. 

John Smith, Minister. 
April 14, 1844. Mr. Nathaniel K. Leavitt of Somersworth 

to Miss Hannah H. Prescott of Epping. 
May V 1844. M^^ Charles N. Coffin and Miss Sarah D. 
McDaniels both of Epping. 
A true copy. 

Attest, John W. MorriU, Town Clerk. 

This certifies that the within E. FuUington and A. Bunker 
were Married by me the 3 day of October 1844. 

Eld. John G. Tuttle. 
DanviUe, N. H., October 4, 1844. 
A true Copy. 

Attest, John W. Morrill, Town Clerk. 

Epping, April 14, 1844. 

(E. T. R., 8: 37.) 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, AND INTENTIONS. 93 

This certifies that I have made known the intention of mar- 
riage of the following persons as the law directs. 
April 21«* 1844. Mr. Moses Dame, Jr. of this town and 

Miss Sarah Perkins of Sandown. 
August 25"^ 1844. Rev. Mathew Newhall of this town and 

Miss Esther Pitkin of Plainfield, Vt. 
September 1^* 1844. John W. Morrill of this town and 

Sarah E. Dudley of Brentwood. 
September 8"^ 1844. Mr. Ezekiel Fullonton of Boston and 

Adalme Bunker of this town. 
September 8"" 1844. Ezekiel Sanborn of this town and 

Miss Clara J. Lock of South New Market. 
September 8"^ 1844. Mr. John L. Porter and Miss Sarah 

Ann Miles both of Epping. 
September 22^ 1844. Mr. Moses N. Collins of Brentwood 

and Miss Abby Dow of Epping. 
September 29"^ 1844. Mr. Daniel C. Edgerly and Miss 

Sarah H. Burnham both of Epping. 
October 6*^ 1844. Mr. Leonard Pease and Miss Mary E. 

Rogers both of Epping. 
October 6"^ 1844. Mr. Earl D. Daniels of Boston, Mass. 

and Miss Sarah A. Wiggin of this town. 
October 6"> 1844. Mr. David T. Clay of this town and 

Miss Sarah P. Hill of Bolton, Mass. 
October 13"" 1844. Mr. Benjamm Veasey of Brentwood 

and Miss Hannah B. Morrill of this town. 

November 10"^ 1844. Mr. George Dalton of Deerfield and 
Miss Abra B. Morrill of this town. 

November 17"^ 1844. Mr. Smith Sanborn and Miss Mary 
Elizabeth Winslow both of this town. 

January 5"" 1845. Mr. James McMurphy and Miss Caroline 
F. Norris both of Epping. 

February 1*' 1845. Mr. Calvm S. Burnham of this town 
and Miss Harriet Rollins of Lee. 

(E. T. R., 8: 38.) 
February 22** 1845. Mr. Simon Winslow of this town and 
Mrs. Eliza Dodge of Hampton Falls. 
A true record. 

Attest, John W. Morrill. 

Town Clerk of Epping. 
(E. T. R., 8: 39.) 



NOTE AISTD CLIPPING. 



PIEACY. 

Few persons of the present day are aware how general 
was piracy two centuries ago. The following extract from 
"The Boston News-Letter," August 21, 1721, shows that 
in early times pirate ships, carrying many guns and heavily 
manned, sailed the high seas and pursued their unlawful 
calling. The "Mary" was taken somewhere in the Sargasso 
Sea, off the coast of Africa. 

Samuel A. Green. 

"These are to certifie all Persons concerned that on the 
7th Day of May last, William Russel Master of the Ship 
Mary of Charlestown, in his Voyage from Madera to Surra- 
nam in the Lat. 22 Deg. and 27 N. and Long. 25 and 27 W. 
from London was taken by a Pirate Ship upwards of 50 
Guns, Commanded by Capt. Roberts, about 300 Men, who 
robb'd him of part of his Cargo, and Forced away from him 
two of his Men, against his and their own consent, viz. Thom- 
as Russel born in Lexintown near Charlestown and the other 
Thomas Winchol bom in Portsmouth, New-Hampshire in 
New England." 



QUERIES. 

97. GiLMAN. — Jemima Gilman of Falmouth (now West- 
brook), Me., married in 1785, Zachariah Small (John). In 
1804, she with brothers Ebenezer, John and Edward then of 
Bolton, Lower Canada, and sister Phebe wife of Paul Leigh- 
ton, sold land in Westbrook, which their grandfather Edward 
Gilman bought of Edward Gilman of Exeter, N. H. 

Can any one give the names of Jemima's parents or con- 
nect the two Edward Gihuans? 

(Miss) Emma Gould, 
95 Emery Street, Portland, Me. 

98. Chase. — Charles Chase married Hepzibah Carr and 
had 1. Carr, born 12 August, 1729; 2. Charles, born 28 
February, 1732. What became of these two brothers; were 
they married and what issue did they have? 



QUEBIES. 95 

Abraham Chase married Ruth Morse and had Ezra, born 
about 1724. What became of this Ezra and was he married 
and what children did he leave? 

Abraham Chase married Ruth Colby and had Parker, born 
16 February, 1754. Was this Parker ever married, if so to 
whom and what issue did he leave? 

David Chase married Sarah Emery and had 1. Joshua, 
born 21 October, 1733; 2. Simeon, born about 1739, married 
Hannah Johnson. Did this Joshua marry, and what children 
did he and his brother Simeon have? 

Isaac Chase married Hannah Beny and had Elisha, born 
about 1729; to whom was this Elisha married? I would like 
full facts of all his children. 

Abner Chase married Elizabeth Whittier and had Ensign, 
born 13 March, 1737/8. What became of him and did he 
marry, if so, did he leave any issue? Full names desired. 

Enoch Chase married Judith Colby and had 1. Humphrey, 
bapt. 23 July, 1732; 2. Thomas, bapt. 23 January, 1736/7, 
married Phebe Hill and said to have had only one son; 3. 
Frances or Francis, (not certain which,) bapt. 9 March, 1739. 
Were Humphrey and Francis married, if so, to whom and 
what issue did they have, and what was the name of the child, 
or children of Thomas? 

Daniel Chase married Sarah March, and had Joshua, born 
9 November, 1711; was Joshua married, and if so, to whom 
and what children? 

Stephen Chase married Sarah Hale, and had 1. Henry, bom 

1725, married 1st, Rebecca , five children; married 2d, 

widow Mary Hardy, three children; 2. Stephen, born 24 
August, 1728; married 1st, Lunt, two children; mar- 
ried 2d, Katherine Gould, seven children; 3. Bradford, bom 
27 November, 1733; 4. Enoch, born 2 February, 1735; 5. 
John, born 16 May, 1740; 6. Benjamin, born about 1742. 
What became of this Bradford, Enoch, John and Benjamin, 
and were they married, if so, to whom and what issue did each 
have; also what were the maiden names of the two wives of 
Henry, the names of their children, the Christian name of 
this Miss Lunt and the names of her children? 

Moses Chase, born 31 May, 1738, son of Stephen and 
Sarah (Hale) Chase, married Elizabeth , seven child- 
ren. He is said to have removed to Washington, N. H.; the 
surname of his wife and names of his children are wanted. 

Joseph Chase married Mary Morse, and had a son Amos, 



96 DONATIONS. 

born 5 July, 1740; did Amos marry, if so, to whom and what 
issue, if any? 

Charles Chase married Mary Calef, and had Amos, born 2 
April, 1801, Kingston, N. H. What were the full names of 
the brothers, sisters and children of this Charles? 

Calvin Chase married Abigail Stone m 1810. What were 
the names of his parents and grandparents; also of his broth- 
ers and sisters? 

Paine Wingate Chase was born in 1793, in Litchfield, N. 
H., and died in 1826, at Hampton, N. H.; the full names of 
his parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters are desired. 

Moses Chase died in Rochester, Vt., leaving at least 1. 
Simeon; 2. Abner, married 1st, Susan Slade; married 2d, 
Hannah Slade. What were the full names of the parents, 
grandparents, brothers, sisters and all the children of this 
Moses Chase. 

George Ancestry, M. A. 

P. O. Box 219, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



donatio:n^s. 

During the last three months the New Hampshire Genea- 
logical Society has received the following donations in books 
and pamphlets, for which I am directed to present the grate- 
ful thanks of the society. 

Donors. 
Hon. Arthur G. Whittemore, 
Mrs. Hannah C. Tibbetts, 
Fred E. Quimby, Esq., 
Hon. Joseph B. Walker, 
Mr. Chester C. Eastman, 
Mr. George F. Tufts, 
New Hampshire College, 
Hon. Samuel A. Green, 
Library of Congress, 

Total, books and pamphlets, 
Number of previous donations, 

Total, since incorporation of society, 8,356 

Chaeles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



Residence. 


Number. 


Dover, 


4 


(( 


2 


(( 


1 


Concord, 


1 


Chatham, 


2 


Harrisville, 


1 


Durham, 


1 


Boston, Mass., 


1 


Washington, D. 


C. 4 




17 




8,339 




HON. NOAH TEBBETTS. 
(See page 129.) 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. VI. Dover, N. H., July, 1909. No. 3. 

RICHARD HUSSEY AISD HIS 
DESCE^^DAISTTS. 

The name of Hussey is an ancient one both in England 
and in Ireland. Accordmg to Burke, both these families 
claim a descent from Hubert de Hussey, who was connected 
by marriage with William the Conqueror, and came over to 
England with that monarch. In 1316 Sir Hugh Hussey 
went from England to Ireland and became founder of a line 
by which the name is still preserved among the landed gen- 
try there. So much for Burke, whose authority, it is only 
fair to add, is not considered of as much miportance as it 
once was. I may say, however, that the name of Hussey is 
quite common among late Irish immigrants. 

The name of RichabdI Hussey appears m Dover, N. H. 
tax list for 1690. The most trustworthy tradition concern- 
ing him appears to be that he was an English weaver who 
came to this country about the time of his appearance in 
Dover. His parentage is unknown. His wife's name was 
Jane. 

June 20, 1696, "Richard Hussey of Dover, weaver," con- 
veyed to "Leonard Weeks of Portsm°, ffarmer," for fifty 
pounds, all his interest in "thirty acres of upland, lying and 
adjoining to y® Great Bay in y® Town of Dover .... Bound- 
ed on the North East Side By W" tt'urbers & on y« South 
East Side by Thomas Willey, of s*^ Town of Dover, with all 
y'^ Marsh & Marsh Land adjoyning thereunto Except three 
acres formerly Disposed of or Given Tho^ Kenney by Deed 
with all y** flatts belonging to s^ Marsh." This deed was 
also signed by Jane Hussey, and was witnessed by Henry 
Penny and Moses Gilman, Sen''. It was acknowledged on 



98 RICHAED HUSSEY AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 

the same day at "Portsm*'" before "Peter Coffin of y" Coun- 
cell." (iV. H. Prov. Deeds, 13: 20.) 

February 25, 1710, "Richard Huzsey of Dover" conveyed 
for tliirteen pounds to Benjamm Waymouth of Dover, "One 
Messuag or tract of Land bemg a Grant to me the said Rich- 
ard Huzsey by the Town of Dover, Situate Lying and being 
att a Garrison Called Sligo In the Town and Province above 
Said Containing by estimation thirty acres, be it More or 
Less Butted and Bounded as foiloweth, Eastward with the 
land of the above Said Benjamin Wapiiouth, Northward 
with y^ Land of Joseph Roberts Southwards with the Lott 
that is called Cowells and upon the Commons at the head." 
In this deed "Jane Huzsey" releases "all her right of Dowrie 
and power of thirds," but did not sign. The witnesses are 
Benj^ Pierce, Renold Jenkins and Abraham Morrell. It was 
acknowledged January 7, 1717, before James Davis, Justice 
of the Peace. (iV. H. Prov. Peeds, 11: 405.) 

July 5, 1743, two of his sons, Job^ and Joseph^, deeded to 
Thomas Wallingford of Somersworth a parcel of upland and 
swamp ground in Somersworth, near the Great Falls, which 
they describe as part of a fifty acre grant made to their 
father "Richard Hussey of Dover Late Dec*^" m 1694. It 
began "at a Pitch Pme Tree Marked R H standing on y** 
North Side of a brook Thence Rminmg North 45 West one 
hundred Rodds to a Small White Oak Tree Marked R H In 
Sight of a Marsh Called Peters Marsh Thenc No Forty five 
East Eighty Rodds to y'' Land belonging to the Heirs of 
Jn° Hanson Deceast, Then South 45 East on Said Land 
and Partly on Commons to a Pitch Pine Marked R H one 
hundred Rods then So*'' 45 West Eighty Rods to the First 
Bounds or as Shall or may more at Large Appear on Dover 
To^vn Book." (iV. H. Prov. Deeds, 33: 285.) 

Nov. 6, 1729, there is a deed from Robert and Soloman 
Pike, sons of Rev. John Pike, to Richard Hussey and others 
of a sixty acre Pike Grant "near Newtown in Dover." (See 
N. H. Prov. Deeds, 16: 592.) From a subsequent con- 
veyance I judge the grantee to have been the son Richard^, 
and the absence of Jr. may indicate that the elder Richard, 
had died before that date. At any rate, he does not appear 
to have been living Aug. 21, 1733, when the younger Rich- 
ard was appointed administrator of his mother Jane's estate. 
This appointment also furnishes the only indication we have 
of the time of Jane's death. 



RICHAKD HUSSEY AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 99 

The children of Richard and Jane Hussey as recorded in 

Dover records were: 

RiciiAKD, (2) born October 26, 1691. 
Job, b. December 25, 1693. 
Robert, b. November 28, 1695. 
Mary, b. June 1, 1697. 
Joseph, b. June 23, 1699. 
Elizabeth, b. October 28, 1701. 
Eleaxor, b. April 23, 1705. 
Abigail, b. April 25, 1707. 
Jane, b. June 27, 1708 
William, b. March 24, 1711, 
Margaret, b. February 28, 1712. 
Benjamin, b. April 1, 1718. 

Of Eleanor, Abigail, Margaret and Benjamin I have no 
further record. Of the others I will proceed to give such 
information as I have collected. 

Richard^ Hussey (Riehaj-d^'), born in Dover, October 
26, 1691, married in Newington, N. H., May 16, 1716, Han- 
nah, widow of Lieut. Zachariah Field. She was the daugh- 
ter of Robert and Ann (Thompson) (Hodgdon) Evans of 
Dover, and was born June 21, 1690. She married Zacha- 
riah Field January 12, 1709/10, and bore to him two sons, 
Daniel and Zachariah. There are six recorded deeds of 
Richard^ Hussey, and in them he is called a carpenter or a 
housewright. The earUest, dated April 18, 1734, is a joint 
deed with his wife Hannah, and conveys to "our son Daniel 
ffield" all of their mterest in "y^ Estate of Zach" fheld late 
of S'^ Dover Dec^ & y*^ former Husband of y^ s^^ Hannah 
Hussey." (iV. H. Prov. Deeds, 20: 75.) January 8, 1753, 
he conveyed to his son, Richard, Jr., his homestead in Dover, 
consisting of "Sixty or seventy acres," and bounded norther- 
ly by the highway from Dover Neck to Cochecho, easterly by 
Lieut. Stephen Roberts' land, southerly by land of Col, Wal- 
lingford and of Capt. Mason, and westerly by Bickford's 
land. March 13, 1754, Richard, Jr. deeded the same prem- 
ises to Thomas Wallingford, and March 5, 1757, Wallmgford 
reconveyed to him the land which he had "purchased of 
Richard Huzzey then Junr." (See N. H. Prov. Deeds, 42: 
53; 50: 485.) It would appear, therefore, that Richard, Sr. 
had died between the dates of these two deeds. 

After her husband's death, Mrs. Hussey and her sons 
Richard and Reuben removed to Lebanon, Maine. Richard 
sold his homestead in Dover, the same which he had pur- 
chased of his father, to Moses Roberts August 31, 1765. In 
the deed he is described as of Dover, and his removal to 



100 RICHARD HUSSEY AKD HIS DISCENDANTS. 

Lebanon was probably soon after. "Widow Hussey" is 
mentioned several times by Rev. Isaac Hasey, the first Leb- 
anon minister, in his diary, and he records her death as oc- 
curing January 31, 1773. 

The children of Richard and Hannah Hussey were: 

Hannah, born February 23, 1717. 
Mary, b. February 14, 1719. 
Richard, b. August 12, 1722. 
Reuben, b. . 

JoB^ Hussey (^Richard^'), born December 25, 1693, second 
son of Richard and Jane Hussey, was a "husbandman" and 
lived in Somersworth, N. H., but I find no evidence of his 
owning land there except the deed, already refered to, of land 
which had been his father's. His deeds show quite extensive 
holdings of real estate in Rochester. He married, 1st, Mar- 
gery, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Tibbetts, born Jan- 
uary 18, 1700/1, died before February 13, 1745/6; 2d, Anna 

. His will, dated September 10, 1761, was proved 

July 9, 1777. It mentions his wife Anna, his sons Robert 
and John, his daughters Margery Hussey and Mary Varney, 
and his grandsons Job, son of Robert Hussey, and Benjamin 
Varney, son of his daughter Mary. From the record of the 
marriage of his daughter Margery to Samuel Gould, Decem- 
ber 23, 1761, it appears that she was by the second wife. 
The other three children are supposed to have been by the 
first marriage. 

Children: 

Robert, resided at Dover, N. H. 
John, moved to Damariscotta, Me. 
Mary, married a Varney. 
Margery, married Samuel Gould. 

Robert^ Hussey QEichard^^, born Nov. 28, 1695, was the 
third child of Richard and Jane Hussey. My information 
concerning him is mostly from Wyman's G-enealogies and 
Estates of Oharlestown, Mass. He removed to that town, 
and married there. May 8, 1729, Elizabeth, eighth child of 
Elias and Abigail (Long) Stone, who was born September 
19, 1798. Administration on Robert Hussey's estate was 
granted to his son-iu law, Thomas Harris, May 17, 1762. 
Abeady in 1761, Elizabeth and her husband had given a 
deed to R. Foster which she signed as the only heir of Rob- 
ert Hussey, indicating the early extinction of this Hussey 
line. 

The children of Robert and Elizabeth (Stone) Hussey were: 
Robert, born Nov. 15, 1731; died Dec. 1731. 



KICHARD HUSSEY AND HIS DISCENDANTS. 101 

RoBEKT, b. February 4, 1732-3; he was captain of the schooner 

"AbigaiT' about 1755. 
Richard, b. April 18, 1735. 
Benjamin, bapt. July 10, 1737. 

Elizabeth, bapt. July 10, 1737; married Thomas Harris, Feb. 24, 
1761, and had children: 

Thomas, bapt. Mar. 25, 1764. 
.Elizabeth, bapt. November 15, 1767. 

Maky^ Hussey (^RicJiard}'), born June 1, 1697, the fourth 

child of Richard and Jane Hussey, married Benjamm Var- 

ney as early as 1720. He died in 1732. (Ham's Dover, N. 

H. Marriages.^ 

Joseph^ Hussey {Richard}'), born June 23, 1699, the fifth 
child of Richard and Jane Hussey, was described in deeds as 
of Somersworth, and as a "husbandman". He married, 1st 
Sarah Jane, daughter Samuel and Sarah Canney of Dover. 
She died before 1735. He married 2d, near 1736, Elizabeth 
(Robinson) Tibbetts, daughter of Timothy and Mary (Roberts) 
Robinson and widow of Henry Tibbetts. Her mother was 
daughter of John and Abigail (Nutter) Roberts, and Abigail 
was the daughter of Hatevil and Anne Nutter. March 22, 
1726/7, he purchased, jointly w^ith James Guppe, of Samuel 
and John Shackford of Portsmouth, a tract of land "known 
by the name of Cochecho Pomt". (See N. H, Prov. Deeds, 
17: 506. Landmarks in Ancient Dover says that Hussey's 
Brook, "the first brook that empties into Newichawannock 
river above Cochecho Point", was named for him. 

Joseph was a Friend, but I think not during the period of 
his first marriage; for the births of his first five children, 
unlike those of the other seven, are not recorded in the 
Friend's Records. His will, dated Januaiy 2, 1762, men- 
tions his wife Elizabeth and all of his children, except the 
fhst Samuel. His daughters Jane, Sarah and Lydia are nam- 
ed as Jane Otis, Sarah Perkins and Lydia Hodgdon. He 
died February 8, 1762. His wife Elizabeth died m Somers- 
worth May 3, 1773. His children were: 

Joseph, born. 
Jane, married an Otis. 
Sarah, m. a Perkins. 
Lydia, m. a Hodgdon. 
Samuel, died young. 
Daniel, b. 4, 9 mo. 1738. 
Elizabeth, b, 20, 10 mo. 1740. 
Samuel, b. 12, 10 mo. 1742. 
Phebe, b. 12, 11 mo. 1744. 
Anna, b. 5, 3 mo. 1747. 
Susanna, b. 28, 1 mo. 1750, 
Hannah, b. 1, 3 mo. 1753. 



102 RICHARD HUSSEY AND HIS DISCENDANTS. 

Elizabeth^ Hussey (^Richard}'), born October 28, 1701, 
the sixth child of Richard and Jane Hussey, married Joseph 
Farnham August 31, 1720. I have no further record. 

Jane^ hussey (Richard^'), born June 27, 1708, the ninth 
child of Richard and Jane Hussey, next claims our attention; 
and in her case we come across some facts which give a fla- 
vor of personality, if not of romance, to our record. August 
27, 1733, her brother Richard, as administrator of their moth- 
er's estate, made complaint to the Probate Court at Ports- 
mouth that some household goods of the deceased had been 
taken from the house, and that he suspected "his Sister Jane 
Hussey, Sani^ Stiles of Sumersworth & W™ Stiles of Roches- 
ter to be Guilty of Carrying them away". Wilham Stiles 
had no part in the subsequent proceedings, but the consta- 
ble's return of September 10 states that he has cited "Sam- 
uel Stiles & his wife to appear". The wife, of course, was 
Jane Hussey. "Eliza Varnuui & Joseph Varnum", probably 
Jane's sister Elizabeth and husband, were summoned as wit- 
nesses. At the hearing, the date of which does not appear, 
" Jane Stiles own'd she took a feather bed & Coverlid a Bol- 
ster & One Pillow, & two old Puter pots, & one bible, & one 
blanket". It is to be hoped that these articles did not con- 
stitute her entire bridal outfit. As the result of the proceed- 
ings, Jane was ordered to show the things to the appraisers 
when demanded, and her husband to pay the charges of court. 
(See N. H. Prov, Deeds, 12: 77.) 

Samuel, son of William and Deborah Stiles, of Somers- 
worth, was born August 10, 1710. Samuel Stiles of Som- 
ersworth, June 9, 1733, deeded to James Kielle of Dover, 
"Tailor", all his right m all the common lands in Dover. 
(iV. H. Prov. Deeds, 19: 269.) It is only conjectural, but 
highly probable, that each of these Samuels was identical 
with Jane's husband. 

By her first husband Jane had a son Samuel. About 
1736 she married Edmund Layn of Dover, trader. They 
had two children, Edmund and John Hussey Layn. Jane 
Layn and her three children, Samuel Styles, Edmund and 
John Hussey Lapi, were baptized by Rev. Jonathan Cush- 
ing, minister of First Church, Dover, March 7, 1742. Dover 
Historical Collections, 1: lJf8. In the citation just made the 
record is printed with a comma between "Saml" and "Styles", 
thus making it appear that there were four cliildren by the 
name of Layn. After examining the original, I am convinced 



KICHARD HUSSEY AND HIS DECENDANTS. 103 

that the mark, mstead of being a comma, was mtended to be 
placed under the final superior letter of "Sam^" The mis- 
take was a very natural one. A guardian to "Sam^ Styles a 
minor upwards of fourteen years of age," was appointed July 
27, 1750. Her children were: 

Samuel Stiles, bapt. March 7, 1742. 

Edmuxd Layn, bapt. March, 7, 1742. 

John Hussey Layn, born December 22, 1739. 

William^ Hussey {Richard}), born March 24, 1711, the 
tenth child of Richard and Jane Hussey is called in his deeds 
a "taylor ', and in his will a "husbandman". He married, 
near 1730, Hannah, born November 21, 1707, daughter of 
Timothy and Mary (Roberts) Robinson, a sister of his broth- 
er Joseph's wife. The marriage was "out of Friends orders", 
but he was or became a Friend. 

July 6, 1734, he purchased of Elisha Clark three acres 
"on the Southwesterly Side of the road that Leads from Co- 
checho Meeting house to Cloutmans butted and bounded as 
Followeth the South East side to Sam^^ Tibbetts fence, the 
South west Side to Mr. Cushmgs fence and on the North 
West to the Commons and on the North East to the afores'^ 
Road". (iV. H. Prov. Deeds, 32: 626.) 

April 26, 1738, he appears to have sold the above to Jona- 
than Cushing, and it is then described as "adjoining unto the 
North East end of the parsonage Land in the great Swamp 
on Dover Neck", {K H. Prov. Deeds, 27: 19 if.) 

May 6, 1738, he bought of Hatevil Hall "Ten Acres being 
the Land allowed and assigned to s'^ Hatevil Hall by y*^ s*^" 
Town of Dover in y^ s*^ Common or undivided Land and is 
to be layd out in the first Division of s*^ Commons in my 
Proper Turn According to the votes of s*^ Town." Thomas 
Laighton of Dover made a similar conveyance to him July 
15, 1738. {N. H. Prov. Deeds, 32: 628, 632.) 

He died January 22, 1778. His will, dated 27, 7th month, 
1777, mentions his wife Hannah and all of his children. 

His children were: 

Paul, born 1730. 

Mercy, died November 3, 1814. 

William, b. 2, 7 mo, 1739. 

Mary; married Ebenezer Frye. 

Abigail, b. 15, 7 mo. 1744. 

Timothy, b. 1748. 

Stephen, b. 21, 1 mo. 1750. 

Henry Sewall Webster, Gardiner, Me. 
[We hope Mr, Webster will continue this article. — Ed.] 



FIRST CON^GREGATIOKAL CHURCH 

RECORDS, co:n^cord, N. H. 

1730—1905. 



MARKIAGES BY REV. ISRAEL EVANS. 

1796. Mar. 27. Stephen Lewis of Henniker & Lydia Har- 
ris of Concord. 

31. Enoch Rogers and Anna Buswell both of Bow. 
July 9. David Wait of Roxbury & Mabel Jennes Stevens 

of Concord. 
Sept. 1. Robert Choat and Apphia Worthen of Concord. 
4. Stephen Ambrose and Hannah Eastman both of 

Concord. 
15. Joseph Jones of Goffstown and Sarah Clougli of 

Bow. 
21. Isaac Dow and Hephzibah Farnum both of Con- 
cord. 
October 4. David Blanchard and Hannah Eaton both of 
Concord. 
27. Christopher Rowell, Jr. and Lydia Abbott both of 
Concord. 
Nov. 22. Benjamin Tucker of Newburyport & Sarah 

Ridgeway of Concord. 
Dec. 21. Ebenezer Carlton of Haverhill and Polly Heath 
of Bow. 

1797. Feb. 15. Daniel Knight of New Penacook & Betsey 
Wheeler of Concord. 

24. Jacob Flanders of Boscawen and Peggy Rogers of 
Bow. 
July 4. Jonathan Towle and Ruthy Hoit both of Concord. 
4. Moses Ordway of Loudon and Abigail Weeks of 
Concord. 
Dec. 18. Samuel Eaton and Sally Eaton both of Concord. 
21. Phinehas Howe of New Penacook and Deborah 
Abbott of Concord. 

1798. March 4. James Moulton and Joanna Johnson both 
of Concord. 

Israel Evans. 



CONCOED MAKRIAGES. 105 

The above is a true record of the return of Marriages, &c. 
Att. John Odlin, Tn. Clerk. 



MARKIAGES BY REV. ASA McFARLAND, D. D. 

1798. March 11. Henry Chandler & Ruth Abbot* were 
married. 

March 22'^ Samuel Walker of Bow was married to Sally 
Houghton of Concord. 

April 8**" Jacob Abbot Jun. and Betsy Abbot, both of 
Concord were married. 

May 10. Elias Osgood & Dolly Tucker, both of Concord, 
were married. 

June 7*"^ Henry Abbot and Susanna Hall both of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 1*' Daniel Martin & Betsy George, both of Concord 
were married. 

July 17. Eben Burbank resident in Concord was married 
to Sally Kimball. f 

Nov' 15. Joshua Morse of Boscawen & Phebe Farnumf 
were married. 

Nov"" 28. Charles Eastman & Sally Bradley* were mar- 
ried. 

December 7. Isaac Dimon & Hannah Sleeper* were mar- 
ried. 

December 13"' Simeon Kimball & Polly Kmiball* were 
married. 

1799. Feby 14. John More Corliss of Alexandria and Eliz- 
abeth Burbank of Concord were married. 

Feby 28. Mark Bratton:j: & Polly Knox of Conway were 
married. 

April 29**' Sam^ Ayer Springer, resident in Concord was 
married to Mrs. Nancy Durgin of Concord. 

June 9"' Doc' Richard Hazletine of Lunerick, Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts & Phebe Carter of Concord 
were married. 

August 7"" Joseph Elliot & Dorcas Farnuni* were law- 
fully married. 

Sept. 19*'' Thomas Popkin of Boston, Com. Mass. & Pol- 
ly Harris of Concord were married. 

*Concord City Records say, both of Concord. 

t Concord City Records say, of Concord. 

JThe name is Bartten on the Concord City Records. — Ed. 



106 FIEST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1799. Nov. 28. Ezekiel Kimball Juii. of Weare & Betsey 
Currier of Concord were married. 

Decemb^' 16. Ebenezer Thurston & Molly Merril,* of 
Hopkinton were married. 

1800. Feb^ 20. Enoch Gerrish of Canterbury & Judith 
Chandler of Concord were married. 

March 6*"^ Daniel Morse Jr. of Bridgewater & Sally 
Morse of Concord were married. 

March 13"' Trueworthy Kilgore of Bethel, Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts & Esther Abbot of Concord were mar- 
ried. 

April 29. Richard Herbert Jun. and Sally Wiggin both 
of Concord were married. 

May 6. James Elliot & Eleanor Colby* were married. 

Sept. 17. David Worthen of Cabot, Vermont was mar- 
ried to Naomi Eastman of Concord. 

Nov'" 13. Joseph Sherburne & Dorcas Hall* were mar- 
ried. 

Dec'' 7. Edmund Tenny & Nancy Thompson both of 
Loudon f were married. 

1801. Jany 27. Nathan Brown & Sally Wheeler both of 
Concord were married. 

March 5. Amos Brown & Nancy Eastman both of Con- 
cord were married. 

March 17. John Abbot and Hannah Flanders both of 
Concord were married. 

March 24. Peter Robertson & Sally Haseltine both of 
Concord were married. 

April 14. Thomas Abbot and Anna Eaton both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Sept. 22'^ Simeon G. Hall and Sally Hardy both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Oct. S"' Job Wilson of Boscawen & Nancy Farnum of 
Concord were married. 

October 29. Simeon Foster and Susannah Worthen both 
of Canterbury were married. 

Nov. 20. James Corlis of Concord and Polly Sergeant of 
Dunbarton were married. 

Nov. 25. John Farnum of Concord and Sarah Clough of 
Bow were married. 

Dec 31*' Jeremiah Pecker and Ruth Kimball both of 

Concord were married. 
*Concord City Records say, both of Concord. — Ed. 



CONCOED MAEEIAGES. 107 

1802. Feby 4. Philip Flanders and Anna Presby both of 
Hopkinton* were married. 

March 12. Philip Farrington of Hopkinton & Mary Her- 
riek of Concord were married. 

March 14. Reuben Shapleigh of Portsmouth and Nancy 
Clark of Concord were married. 

April 29. Gorham Dummer of Hallo well, Mass. & Sally 
Abbot of Concord were married. 

May 19"^ John Emery of Loudon & Jane Kimball of 
Concord were married. 

June 25. Moody Dow & Johannah Hoit both of Concord 
were married. 

Sep* QUI Samuel Morril of Epsom and Betsy Kimball of 
Concord were married. 

Sept. 14. Samuel Boj^s of Canterbuiy & Polly Baker of 
Concord were married. 

Sept. 29'^ Joseph Giles & Patty Bradley both of Concord 
were married. 

Oct. 5. John Hoit Jur. & Rebecca Currier both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Nov. 10. Samuel Moony & Elizabeth Eastman both of 
Canterbury were married. 

Nov. 30. Enoch Farnum & Dorcas Davis both of Con- 
cord were married. 

1803. Jau^ 10. Isaac Farnum & Hamiah Martin both of 
Concord were married. 

Jan^ 12. Daniel Fisk & Hannah Fiye both of Concord 

were married. 
Feb^ 6. Thomas Robertson Brock of Newbury, Vermont 

and Rebecca Abbot of Concord were married. 
Feb^ 22. Nathaniel Dickey of Gorham, Commonwealth 

of Massachusetts & Hannah Haseltine of Concord were 

married. 
Feb^ 24. Moses Coffin of Boscawen & Susanna Farnum 

of Concord were married. 

Jacob Trussel of Canaan & Persis Eastman of Concord 

were married. 
March 1. Jeremiah Wardwell of Andover, Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts & Susannah Eaton of Concord 

were married. 

*Concord City Records say, both of Concord; we do not find their 
publishment in Concord, so without doubt the church record is correct. 
—Ed. 



108 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1803. March 28. Jeremiah Story Jun. of Hopkinton & 
Judith Farnum of Concord were married. 

May 19. William Haseltiiie & Nabby Emery both of 
Pembroke were married. 

May 26. Abner Haines and Eliza Ayers both of Canter- 
bury were married. 

June 10"' Andrew Meserve of Scarborough, Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts & Mary Emerson of Concord 
were married. 

June 12. Caleb Emery of Dunbarton and Eleanor Heath 
of Bow were married. 

June 28. Abraham Dunklee of Hanover & Susannah 
Carter of Concord were married. 

July 21. Samuel Butters Ju'^ & Miriam Virgin both of 
Concord were married. 

August 24. Ozias Silsby of Chester & Fanny Jones of 
Concord were married. 

Sept. 16. William Kimball & Susannah Foster both of 
Concord were married. 

Sept. 27. Reuben Goodwin & Susanna Farnum both of 
Concord were married. 

Sept. 28. John Greenough & Nancy Foster both of Can- 
terbury were married. 

Nov'' 15. Ebenezer Hall & Hannah Abbot both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Nov'' 17. Moses Sweat & Naomi Farnum both of Concord 
were married. 

Suueon Heath «& Sukey Robertson both of Bow were 
married. 

Nov. 26. John Lewis of Pembroke & Jane Noyes of Bow 
were married. 

1804. Feb. 2^^ Thomas Bricket Ju' of Pembroke & Ase- 
nath Abbot of Concord were married. 

Feb. 28. Richard Whittemore & Nancy Bricket both of 
Pembroke were married. 

March 8"' William Wheeler & Patty Virgin both of Con- 
cord were married. 

March 27. Peter Chandler Farnum & Phebe Abbot both 
of Concord were married. 

April 5. Eliphalet Emery & Betsy Walker both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Ephraim Colby & Abigail Morse both of Concord were 
married. 



COKCOED MAREIAGES. 109 

1804. April 18. Amos Cheever & Betsy Prince both of 
Concord were married. 

May 8. Amos Webster of Hopkinton & Ruth. Eaton of 
Concord were married. 

June 7. Daniel Harden of Epsom & Abigail Knowls of 
Concord were married. 

Jmie 12. Samuel Moore Ju"^^ of Bedford & Nancy Robert- 
son of Bow were married. 

June 19. Charles Elliot & Phebe Farnum both of Con- 
cord were married. 

June 25. Jotham Stone of Brunswick, Maine & Bridget 
Walker of Concord were married. 

July 18. Joseph Rowell & OUe Duntly both of Bow were 
married. 

August 13. Meshech Lang & Susanna Sanborn both of 
Concord were married. 

Sept. 13. Benjamin Simpson & Ruth Colby both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Sept. 20. Joseph Tallant of Canterbury & Betsey Baker 
of Concord were married. 

Oct. 23. John Osgood & Mary Slater both of Pembroke 
were married. 

Oct. 25. W™ Stewart of Dunbarton & Anna Sargent of 
Bow were married. 

Nov. 1. Thaddeus Lathrop Ju'' of Canaan & Betsy East- 
man of Concord were married. 

Nov. 15. David Elliot & Mehitable Farnum both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Thomas Baily of Dunbarton & Polly Hemphill of Bow 
were married. 

Nov. 29. John Thorn of Sandbornton & Sarah Lovejoy 
of Concord were married. 

1805. Jany 9^*^ Isaac Head & Sally Head both of Pem- 
broke were married. 

Jan^ 15. Ebenezer Fogg of Concord & Lydia Rollins of 
Bow were married. 

Jan^ 24. William Steel of Conway & Hannah Buswell of 
Concord were married. 

D° Jedediah Holt & Patty Noyes both of Bow were 
married. 

Feb^ 5. Jonathan Jackman of Boscawen & Patty Good- 
win of Concord were married. 



110 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1805. April 17. Nathan Chandler of Boscawen & Jane 
Rolfe of Concord were married. 

May 12. Moses Sleeper & Meliitable Peterson both of 
Concord were married. 

May 13. John Robie & Sally Carter both of Concord 
were married. 

May 17. Andrew Gault & Sally Knox both of Pembroke* 
were married. 

July 7. Daniel Harvey of Bow & Judith Carter of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 21. Ebenezer Dow & Susanna Bailey both of Con- 
cord Avere married. 

July 31. Ebenezer Capen & Abigail Carter both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Sept. 12, Stephen Noyes of Bow & Sarah Abbot of Con- 
cord were married. 

Oct. 3. Leonard Whitney of Canterbury- & Polly Elliot 
of Concord were married. 

Octob»- 10. John Whittle of Hopkinton & Nancy Colby 
of Concord were married. 

Oct' 21. Benjamin Abbot Ju^' & Esther Currier both of 
Concord were married. 

October 25. Charles Emery & Polly Walker both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Nov. 26. James Hall & Ruth Morrill Abbot both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Nov. 28. James Hoit & Rachel Morse both of Concord 
were married. 

Nov. 30. Phinehas Eastman of Salisbury & Judith Gale 
of Concord were married. 

Dec'' 1. Barnard Bricket of Pembroke & Betsey Virgin 
of Concord were married. 

Dec. 30. George B. Upham Esq. of Claremont & Mary 
Duncan of Concord were married. 

1806. Jan^ 28. Benjamin Emery Ju' & Lydia Hall both 
of Concord were married. 

Jan'' 30. Ebenezer Johnson of Colchester, State of Ver- 
mont, & Sarah Sweat of Concord were married. 

Feb^ 27. Benning Noyes of Bow & Hannah Storey of 
Concord were married. 

*Concord City Records say, both of Concord; their publishment was 
not in Concord, so the Church record is probably correct. — Ed. 



COlSrCOKD MARRIAGES. Ill 

1806. March 13. David Jackman of Boscawen & Naomi 
Elliot of Concord were married. 

D** William Currier & Eleanor Wliittemore both of Con- 
cord were married. 

March 23. Nathan Flanders of Pembroke & Alice Cow- 
rey of Concord were married. 

April 15. Timothy Colby of Hopkinton & Lydia Herrick 
of Concord were married. 

April 21. Moses Blanchard & Elizabeth Wadleigh both 
of Concord were married. 

June 12. Andrew Robertson of Bow & Lydia Carter of 
Concord were married. 

June 21. Benj'^ Baker of Salisbury, & Polly Wyman of 
Concord were married. 

July 15. John Favour Ju"" of New Chester and Polly 
Kimball of Pembroke were married. 

July 31.* Carlton Ward of Pembroke & Patty Buntin of 
AUenstown were married. 

Nov. 20. Jonathan L. Blasdell of Salisbury & Sarah East- 
man of Concord were married. 

Nov. 27. Joseph Stephens & Phebe Eastman both of 
Concord were married. 

Dec' 18. Phihp Baker of Bow & Polly Dow of Concord 
were married. 

John W. Farnum & Sarah Knowles both of Concord 
were married. 

Dec. 23. William Jennys & Polly George both of Con- 
cord were married. 

1807. Feb^ 3. Abiel Walker & Judith Davis both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Feb^ 11. Frederick Elliot & Nancy Colby both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Feb. 17. John George & Ruth Bradley both of Concord 
were married. 

Feb. 22. Harryf Wheatly of Lebanon & Hannah Moul- 
ton of Concord were married. 

Richard H. Ayer & Mary Green both of Concord were 
married. 

March 3'* John Bradleyl & Grace Stephens both of Con- 
cord were married. 

*Concorcl City Records give the date of this marriage as July 27. 

tCity Records say, Henry Wheatly. tCity Records give the date 

as March 8, and the residence of John Bradley as Fryebui'g, Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts. — Ed. 



112 FIKST CONGREGATIONAL CHUECH RECORDS. 

1807. April 7. Samuel Currier & Sally Currier both of 
Hopkinton were married. 

April 16. Stephen Chase & Esther Eastman both of Con- 
cord were married. 

May 24. Benjamin Colby of Sandborntown & Sarah Car- 
ter of Concord were married. 

June 4. Samuel French of Salisbury & Abigail Eastman* 
of Salisbury were married. 

June 22. Benj'"^ Harden of Canterbury & Else Langmaid 
of Chichester were married. 

July 2*^ Simeon Virgin & Sally Davis both of Concord 
were married. 

July 5. Timothy Butters & Ismenia Robertson both of 
Concord were married. 

July 9. Abraham Colby of Dunbarton & Deborah Austin 
of Concord were married. 

August 3. Moses Ferrin & Polly Abbot both of Concord 
were married. 

Sept. 17. Benj'^ Abbot 3^^ of Concord & Dorcas Noyes of 
Bow were married. 

Sept. 24. Samuel Currier & Sally Hardy both of Concord 
were married. 

Oct. 21. f Bartlet Hemphill & Nancy Hoeg both of Bow 
were married. 

Nov. 5. John Upton & Patty Moi^gan both of Bow were 
married. 

Nov. 26. Peter Flanders of Concord & Hannah Heath of 
Bow were married. 

Ezra Chandler of Hopkinton & Dolly Chandler of Con- 
cord were married. 

Nov. 27. George Oryant of Canterbury & Rachel Roberts 
of Concord were married. 

Dec'' 1. John Odlin & Mary Souther both of Concord 
were married. 

Dec'' 20. John Brown & Nancy Bryant both of Bow were 
married. 

William Hill of Portsmouth & Nancy Duncan of Con- 
cord were married. 

Dec 24. George Walker Esq'' of Hallowel, Massachu- 
setts and Eliza Simpson of Pembroke were married. 

*Concord City Records give her residence as Concord, 
tCity Records give the date as Oct. 2. — Ed. 



FIEST COIS^GREGATIO^AL CHURCH 
RECORDS, ROCHESTER, :N^. H. 



BAPTISMS BY REV. AMOS MAIN. 
[Continued from Vol. VI, page 75.] 

1755. Aug. 3. Baptized Elizabeth Winget Daughter of 
Sam^ Winget 

Aug. 17. Baptized Joseph Herd & Ebenezer Chamberlain 
Aug. 24. Baptized Abigail Cook Daughter of Peter 

Cook Jun"^ 
Nov"^ 23. Baptized Dollee & Mary Plaice children of Abr* 

Plaice 
NoV^ 30. Baptized Samuel Palmer & Elizabeth M*'Neal 
DeC^ 14 Baptized Lydia Harden 

1756. Feb^ 11. Baptized Prudence Lock & Mercy Young 
March Baptized Ebenezer Corson & Baptized Samuel 

Forst 

March 21. Love y® Wife of Charles Baker Entred Into 
Cov* & was Baptized. At y*^ Same Tmie Baptized 
Joseph Richards Son of Jn° Richards & James Witherell 

May 9. Baptized Tho^ Young Jason Chamberlain Com- 
fort Knowles Molley Bickford & Daniel Pearl 

May 16. Baptized Susanna Garland Baptized Huldah 
Bickford so called Her Master & Mistress Jennes Bro't 
Her to Baptism 

May 30. Baptized W"^ Roger & Mary Door 

June 6. Baptized Tobias Twombly 

June 20. Baptized Susanna Kenney of towow who Took 
the Baptismal Cov* upon Her at y'' Same Time 

June 23. Baptized Sarah & Hannah Layton upon their 
mothers Acct at a Lect at Jn" Laytons 

July 11. Baptized Sarah Pearl 

July 18. Patience Hartford & Hannah Pearl took y® 
Cov' upon them & were Baptized At y® Same Time 
Baptized Icabod Allen Son of Nathan Allen 

Aug. 22. Paul Jennes & his Wife Keturah Renewed yr 
Baptismal Cov'. Baptized jr child Betty 

Sep^ 5 Baptized Ralph Farnam Son of Paul Farnam of 
Towow 



114 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1756. Dec'- 8. Baptized Benj^ Weymouth Son of Jn" Wey- 
mouth At his Fathers House Bemg Dangerously Sick 
with Fitts 

1757. Feb'' 27. Baptized Edward Rawlings 

March 17. Baptized Sevey at y® Lect at y® Neck 

April 10. Trustham Herd & his wife Renewed yr Bap- 
tismal Cov^ Baptized yr child Rebecca. Baptized 

Mary Berry at y® Same Time 
April 24 Baptized Moses Merry Ellis Baptized at 

Towow Nath^ Farnam Susanna Fall Abigail Blaisdell 

Elizabeth M^Crehs & Benf Door 

At y® Ministers Fast at Towow Baptized Mercy Farnam 

Jn'^ Blaisdell Gershom Farnam 
May 29. Jno Whitehouse & W" Horn Jun'' Entred Into 

Covenant & were Baptized, At y'' Same Time Baptized 

Whitehouses 5 children Viz Joseph, John, Jon^, Judith, 

Elizabeth Then Baptized W" Horns child Sam^ Herd 

& W™ Macfees child James 
June 12. Baptized Hannah Place Daughter of Jn° Place 
July 3. Baptized Abigail & Sarah Herd Twins of Jn° 

Herd 
July 24. Peter Wallingford Renewed his Baptismal Gov* 

Baptized his Ghild Sarah & Jon^ Jennes 
July 24. (Being Lords Day) My Grandaughter Elizabeth 

Hayes was Born about 8 in y^ Evenmg & Baptized July 

31, 1757 Baptized Jacob Layton — Samuel Layton & 

Temperance Pevey 
Nov"^ Baptized Tho* Baker Ephraim Chamberlain Abner 

Dam Sarah Jennes 
Dec"^ 4. Baptized William Palmer 

1758. May 7. Baptized Thomas Chamberlain & Joseph 
Winget 

May 28. Baptized Experience Knowles. 
June 4. Baptized Sarah Trickey 



BAPTISMS ATTESTED BY THE DEACOK. 

1764. April 14. Hannah, Daughter of Abraham Pearl & 
his wife 
May 6. Hamiah Daughter of Trustram Heard & his Wife 
21. Elijah Son of Peter Horn & his Wife Mercy Paul 
Son of Jacob Chamberlui & Wife Alice Betty Daugh- 
ter of Joseph Dam & his Wife Mary Daughter of 



ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 115 

1764] James Rogers & his Wife Alice Daughter of William 
Chamberlin & Wife Elenor Daughter of Nathan 
Allen & his Wife Susannah Daughter of Stephen 
Berry & his Wife 
June 10. Jonathan Son of John Place & his Wife 
Sep. 9. William Son of David Leighton & Wife Han- 
nah Daughter of Will'" M'Duffe & his Wife Keziah 
Daughter of Joseph Cooke & his Wife 
Oct° 28. James Wood taken into Covenant & baptized 

1765. April 21. Trustram Son of Reuben Hard & his 
Wife Hate-Evil Son of Joseph Knight & his Wife 
Susannah Daughter of Thomas Young & his Wife 
Alice Daughter of John Trickey & Wife Sarah 
Daughter of Lemuel Bickford & his Wife Elizabeth 
Daughter of Abner Dam & his Wife 

Sep. 14. Jacob Son of Ebenezer Place & his Wife 

1766. July 13. Theodore Son of Wentworth Hays & his 
Wife James vSon of James M'Duffee & his Wife 
Clement Son of Benjamin Hays & his wife Trustram 
Son of Trustram Heard & his Wife James Son of 
Ephraim Ham & his Wife Patience Daughter of 
John Wentworth & his Wife Rebekah Daughter of 
Peter Horn & his Wife Mercy 

Sep. Wilham Son of Joseph Cooke & his Wife Jacob 
Son of Peter Wallingford & his Wife Eleazer Son 
of Alexander Hogsdon & his Wife 



BAPTISMS BY EEY. AVERY HALL. 

1766. Oct. 19 Anne Daughter of Ichabod Cosen & his 
Wife, by Theo. Hall 

Nov. 2. Ephraim Son of Samuell Plummer & his Wife 
13. Benjamin Son of Barnabas Palmer &, his Wife 
Marget Daughter of William Chamberlain & Wife 

1767. Feb. 1. Elizabeth Daughter of David Leighton & 
his Wife 

April 19. Lydia Daughter of Daniel Garland & his Wife 
24, Lydia & Tryphena Daug^ of Ephrami Berry & his 
Wife MoUey Daughter of Dam & his Wife 

May 3. James Son of David Place & his Wife Joseph 
Son of Jacob Chamberlain & his Wife Betty Daugh- 
ter of John Bruster & his Wife Lucy Daughter of 



116 KOCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1767.] John Place & his Wife Sarah Daughter of Samuel 
Wingat & his Wife Temperance Daughter of Lem- 
uel Bickford & his Wife 
24. Thomas Son of Samuel Chamberlain & his Wife 
Olive Daughter of Stephen Berry & his Wife 

July 26. Son of Alexander Hogsdon & his Wife 

Aug. 2. Nathaniel Son of Thomas Garland & his Wife 
Joseph & Benj" twins Sons of Ichabod Cosen his 
Wife 
23. Moses Son of Thomas Young & his Wife 
26. Elisha Son of Nathan Allen & his Wife 
Sep. 6. Dudley Son of Daniel Garland & his Wife Olive 
Daughter of Reuben Heard & his Wife 

16. the Wife of Aaron Downs 

Oct. 11. Jon'^ Sam" & Elisha Sons of Will'" Jennes Ju^' 

& his Wife 
Nov. 8. Hannah Daughter of Avery Hall & Wife Mary 
Nov. 15. John Mussett Son of Richard Place & his Wife 

1768. Feb. John Son of Ebenezer Chamberlain & Wife 
Daniel Son of Daniel Page & his Wife 

March 9. Mercy Daughter of Abner Dam & his Wife 

May 8. Moses Son of Rollins & his Wife Sarah 

Daughter of Rollins & his Wife 

Oct. 2. William Son of William M'Duffee & Wife Abi- 
gail Daughter of Trustam Heard & his Wife 
20. Dolley Daughter of Joseph Heard & Wife Abi- 
gail Daughter of Widow Place Sam" Son of Widow 
Place 
23. Mary D of Benjn Hays & Wife Triphena D of 
Ephraim Berry & Wife 

1769. March 26. Stephen Son of Levy Tole & his Wife 
now of Leavits Town Mehitabel Daughter of Avery 
Hall & his Wife Mary 

April 15. John Son of Paul Lebby & his Wife Mary 

23. Paul Son of Richard Place & his Wife 
June 25. Elisha Son of John Bruster & his Wife 
July 23. Moses Son of Samuel Wingate & his Wife 
Aug. 6. Joseph Son of Barnabas Palmer & his Wife Ed- 

mond Son of Peter Horn & his Wife Mercy 
Sep. 24. Ebenezer twin Son of Abraham Pearl & his 

Wife Elenor Daughter of Abraham Pearl & his 

Wife Abigail Daughter of Alexander Hodgdon Ju' 

— his Wife 



EOCHESTER BAPTISMS. 117 

1769. Oct. 8. Molly Daughter of Wentworth Hays & his 
Wife Mary. Betty Daughter of Lemuel Bickford & 
his Wife 

Nov. 5. Penuel Son of Jacob Chamberlin & his W Su- 
sanna Daughter of George Place & his Wife 
26. Ebenezer Son of Samuel Plumer & his Wife 

1770. April 1. Betty Daughter of George Place & his 
Wife 

April 15. William Son of William Jennes Ju"^ & his 
Wife 

May 13. Abigail Daughter of John Place & his Wife 

June 3. Stephen Son of David Place & his Wife 

July 1 Hannah Daughter of Jonathan Hodgdon & his 
Wife Mary 

July 15 James Son of James Knoles & his Wife Expe- 
rience 

Aug. 5: John Son of John Bruster & his Wife 

26 John Son of John Garland Jun^ & his Wife of Bar- 
rington 

Nov: 18: Mary my Daughter Mercy Daughter of Bar- 
nabas Palmer & his Wife 

Dec: 30: Samuel Son of Ephraim Ham & his Wife 

1771. March. Temperance Daughter of Hoit & 

his Wife 

May 19 Stephen Son of Joseph Herd & his Wife 
July 7. Anna Daughter of David Leighton & his Wife 

14. Lydia Daughter of Widow Wallingford 
July 21: Stephen Son of Stephen Berry & his Wife 

Jacob Son of James M°Duffee & his Wife 
Aug. 11: Benjamm Son of Benjamm Hays & his Wife 
18: Elizabeth & Mary Daughters of John Barker & 

Wife Ehzabeth 
Sep. 15. Joshua Son of Ebenez^' Chamberlain & Wife 

Moultonborough James Nailer Son of Jonathan Hodg- 
don & Wife p"^ M'' Merriam 
Oct. 6: Jacob Son of Peter Horn & his Wife Mercy 

Pheby Daughter of Thomas Garland & Wife Rachel 
Nov. 12 Abigail Daughter of Daniel Page & his Wife 

Paul Son of Dam & his Wife 

17. David & John Sons of John Barker & his Wife 

Elizabeth Lydia Daughter of Ruben Herd & his 

Wife 



118 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1772. June 7: Jacob Son of Jacob Chamberlin & his Wife 

Alice, N. Durham Samuel Son of Sam^^ Chamberlin 

& his Wife pr M"^ Belknap 
Aug. 6: Samuel Son of Sam'^ Plummer & his Wife 

Stephen Son of Ephraim Wentworth & his Wife. 
Sep*"^ 27. Keziah Daughter of George Place & his Wife 

Margaret Daughter of James Horn & his Wife Ester 
Nov. 22. Stephen Son of John Bruster & his Wife 
Dec. 13. Baptized James Horn who was then Taken into 

Covenant William Son of James Horn & his Wife 

Ester — Charity & Ester Daughters of James Horn & 

his Wife Ester 
1773 Abigail Daughter of Ephraim Ham & his Wife by M>" 

Pike Daughter of Aaron Ham & his Wife 

Son of Lemuel Bickford & his Wife 

June 24. Betty & Margaret Daughters of Ichabod Hays 

& his Wife Tamsin 
July 4. James Son of James Horn & his Wife 
July 18 Tamsin Daughter of Wentworth Hays and his 

Wife Mary 
Nov. Mercy & Hannah Daughters of John Wentworth 

of East Town 
Dec 12: Sarah, Daughter of Hoit & his Wife 

1774. March 13. Theodore Son of Alexander Hodgsdon 
Jun'' & his Wife. 

April 10. Rebekah Richardson Elizabeth Daughter of 

Benjamin Hays & his Wife 
June 26. Olive Daughter of George Place & his Wife 
Dec. 14. Prudence the Wife of Solomon Clark 

1775. April 10. Mary Daughter of A H & 

his Wife Abigail Mary the Daughter of Ephraim 
Ham & his Wife 



BAPTISMS BY REV. JOSEPH HAVEN. 

1776. Feb>' 26"' Samuel, Son to Joseph Jones 

March 11"' Mehetabel & Elizabeth, Daughters of David 

Place 
April 14"' John, Son to James Foster 
May 19'" Moses, son to David Laighton 
June 9^ Benjamin, Son to Benj. Hoit 
June 16"' Jonathan, Son to Widow Abigail Pottle 
July 26*^" Jane, Daughter to Samuel Jones 



ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 119 

1776. .Inly 28"' Elizabeth, Daughter to Tristem Heard 
August 4"' Patience, Wife of Cornelius Jennes John, 

Son to Cornelius Jennes 
August IS*^'' Elizabeth, Daughter to Isaac Libby 
Sepf 15"' Daniel, son to Dan' Garland 
Sept'' 22'^ Stephen & Ebenezer, Sons to Stephen Jenkins 

Dolle & Sarah, Daughters to Stephen Jenkins Win- 

throp. Son to Peter Glidden. 
Oct' 6^ Betty, Daughter to James M'^Durffee 
Nov'" 3"^ Joseph, Son to Alexander Hodgdon 
Nov 10"' Betty Knight, Daughter to Edmond Tebbets 
Nov 17'" Isaac Libby, Son to Dan' Knowles 
Dec'" 3*' Ebenezer, Son to Eben"^ Place Betty, Martha, & 

Sally, Daughters to Eben"^ Place Mary, Haiuaah, & 

Jemima, Daughters to Dan' Knowles 

1777 P'eb'^ 4"' John, Moses, Aaron, & Paul Sons to Moses 
Downes Susannah & Elizabeth, Daughters of Moses 
Do\\aies Stephen & Josiah, Sons to Margaret Downes, 
which She had by her first husband Willey. 

Feb' 16"' Daniel, Son to Ichabod Hayes 

Feb'' 23'' Nathaniel Fisher, Son to Joseph Haven 

April 28'" Mary Libby, upon her making a confession of 

faith 
July 20'" David, Son to David Place Hannah, Daughter 

to Moses Downes. 
August 31^' Joseph Tucker upon his making a confession 

of faith Phebe, Daughter to Joseph Tucker. 
October 19 Elizabeth, & Sarah daughters of Ephraim 

Kuubal 

1778 Jan: 18'" Mary, Daughter to Ebenezer Tebbets 
Feb'" 8'" Abner Hodgdon upon his making a confession 

of faith. 
P'eb'^ 12'" Paul & Silas, Sons of Abner Dame. Moses & 

Jonathan, Sons of Abner Hodgdon. Dolly & Sally, 

daughters of Joseph Dame. 
June 14'" Eleanor, daughter of James Horn 

July 21^' Temperance Knight, daughter to the widow 

Eleanor Locke. 
July 26 John, Son of Stephen Jenkins 
August 2^ Sarah, Daughter to tristrem Heard. 



August 11'" Daniel, Son of Samuel Healy 
Samuel, Son of Amos Horn ^ 



at the Isles 
of Shoals 



120 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1778 Sept^ 20"^ Richard, Son of Peter Horn. Rachel, & 
Abra daughters of Peter Horn. 

Oct>- 4*'^ John S. of James M^Duffee 
Ocf^ 17''' Jonathan, Son of Joseph Dame Lydia, daugh- 
ter to Ephraim Ham. James, Son to Daniel Garland 
Oct^' 24"' Lydia, daughter to Benj. Hoit 
Nov"^ 22*^ Joseph, Son to Joseph Haven 

1779 May 6''' William, Son to W" Locke George, Son to 
George Waterhouse Abraham, Son to Abraham Wal- 
dron all of Harrington Hezekiah, Son to Moses Hays 

May 31^* Kezia, Daughter to Ephraim Holmes Molly, 
Daughter to Thomas Forst Elizabeth, Daughter to W™ 
Ham all of Harrington Wentworth, Son to Joseph 
Hayes of Barrington Elizabeth Hayes, Daughter to 
Joseph Ham, Rochester 

June 6^ Simon, Son to Cap* David Place 

June 10'" Spencer, Son to Ephraim Wentworth. Susa & 
Lydda, Daughters of Samuel Plummer. 

June 20*^ Elizabeth, Daughter of Cap' John Brewster 

July ll*" John, Son to Alexander Hodgdon Jun"^ 

July IS''' Josiah, Son to Joseph Tucker 

August 29'" Daniel, Son to Richard Garland of Barn- 
stead 

August 30'" Rebecca Greely, Upon confession of her 
faith in Christ Patty, daughter to Joseph Berry [both 
of] New Durham 

October 3'^ John Son to Timothy Roberts. Dorothy, wife 
to W"" Trickey, upon her making a confession of faith. 
Peggy, Molly, Abigail, & Rebecca Forst, Daughters to 
Tuiiothy Roberts 

Ocf 12"^ John, Wilham, & Benjamin, Sons to W" Trick- 
ey Sarah, Hannah, & Rebecca, Daughters to W'" Trick- 
ey- 

Oct"^ 17'" Molly, Daughter to Ephraun Kimbal 

Dec*' 6'" Aaron Allard, upon his making a confession of 
faith 

1780 Jan"^ 16. Samuel, Son to Eben'^ Tebbets 

March 26. David, Son to James Forst of Barrington 

July 2'^ Hezekiah, Son to Ichabod Hayes, baptized by M"^ 
Ordway of Middletown 

July 9'" Henry, Son to Peter Hayes. 

July 23*^ Sarah, Daughter to Abner Hodgdon 



FRIENDS RECORDS, 
DOYER, N. H., M0I!^THLY MEETING. 



FAMILY KECORDS. 
[Continued from Vol. VI, page 91.] 

Jonathan Dame; page 60; removed with family to Newport, 

R. I., 6 mo. 1847; died at Newport, 31, 10 mo. 1865. 
Hannah O. May. 

Married at Barton, Vermont, 9, 10 mo. 1828. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Richard, born 12, 7 mo. 1829; certificate to Newport, 

1849; died 12, 12 mo. 1849 at Newport. 
William, 18, 1 mo. 1831; certificate to Uxbridge, 1855. 
Owen, 21, 2 mo. 1833; certificate to Newport, 1849. 
Elma Maria, 23, 7 mo. 1835; certificate to Newport, 1847. 
Ehzabeth, 27, 2 mo. 1838; died 21, 11 mo. 1840. 
Mary, 19, 11 mo. 1842; certificate to Newport, 1847. 
William Osborne; page 71; died 16, 8 mo. 1839. 
Mercy P. Rathbone; she afterward married Daniel Osborne, 
page 119. 

Married at Smithfield, R. I., 14, 7 mo. 1831. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Mary Rathbone, born 31, 7 mo. 1832. 
WiUiam Peckham, 23, 7 mo. 1834; died 3, 7 mo. 1858. 
Caroline, 19, 3 mo. 1838. 
Thomas Roberts; page 72; died 30, 7 mo, 1869. 
Elizabeth Roberts; page 81; died 5, 10 mo. 1871. 
Married, 21, 9 mo. 1817. 
Their children born in New Durham: 
Hannah, born 24, 12 mo. 1817. 
Stephen, 27, 7 mo. 1820; married Mary H. Peaslee, page 

125 and removed to Minnesota. 
Clarissa, 12, 3 mo. 1824; died 1, 12 mo. 1847. 
Elizabeth Jane, 14, 3 mo. 1826; married Nathan C. Page 

of Weare. 
George, 11, 3 mo. 1828; died 7, 2 mo. 1861. 
Levi, 25, 11 mo. 1830; removed to Iowa, certificate 11 mo. 
1857. 



122 KECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETESTG. 

Susan Lamb, 8, 2 mo. 1834; married Charles Roberts in 

Minnesota. 
Thomas Elwood, 8, 11 mo. 1836. 

Mary Abby, 7, 1 mo. 1846. (F. F. R., I: 110.) 

John Guppy; page 64; received by request; disowned. 
Hannah Dame; received by request; disowned. 
Married. 

Their children born in Dover: 
Sarah Ann, born 5, 4 mo. 1812; disowned. 
George F., 8, 6 mo. 1814; disowned. 
Abigail D., 19, 4 mo. 1817; disowned. 
Joseph J., 27, 8 mo. 1820; disowned. 
Joshua D., 11, 2 mo. 1823; disowned. 
John D., 3, 9 mo. 1825; disowned. 
Hannah E., 31, 7 mo. 1828; disowned. 
Jeremy B., 6, 4 mo. 1831; disowned. 
Elijah Jenkins; page 70. 
Wealthy Day. 

Married at Durham, Me., 26, 11 mo. 1830. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Jeremiah D., born 26, 5 mo. 1835. 
Walter, 6, 2 mo. 1842; died 22, 2 mo. 1866. 
William Page; received by request; removed to Iowa. 
Sarah Meader. 
Married. 
Their children: 
Ellis, born 6, 7 mo. 1826; removed to Iowa. 
Elizabeth Frances, 31, 8 mo. 1829, removed to Iowa. 
Enos Hoag, 4, 1 mo. 1831. 

John Meader, 11, 2 mo. 1833; died 6, 2 mo. 1839. 
William Penn, 12, 7 mo. 1834; died 19, 12 mo. 1841. 
Moses Albert, 14, 4 mo. 1836; died 27, 4 mo. 1836. 
Daniel, 13, 4 mo. 1837; died 24, 11 mo. 1837. 
Elizabeth Meader (wife of Francis) mother of said Sarah 
Meader died 14, 10 mo. 1839. (F. F. R., I: 111.) 

Stephen Roberts; page 72. 
Love Canney; page 89. 

Married 7, 10 mo. 1824. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Amos, born 19, 12 mo, 1835. 
Ezekiel Hoit; page 63; died 1, 1 mo. 1837. 
Tabitha Hoit; died 5, 12 mo. 1835. 
Accepted members. 



FAMILY EECORDS. 123 

Gideon Bean; accepted 1796. 

Jane Tibbetts; died 23, 11 mo. 1837. 

Married; see page 93. 
Jesse Roberts; page 72. 

Sarah Beede, daughter of Jonathan and Anna Beede, born at 
Sandwich, 14, 2 mo. 1796; died 4, 10 mo. 1863. 
Married at Sandwich, 28, 11 mo. 1833. 
Their children: 
Anne Maria, born 24, 3 mo. 1835; page 126. 
Ruth Ehna, 25, 1 mo. 1838; died 24, 11 mo. 1838. 
Jacob Tucker; page 63; died 23, 9 mo. 1815. 
Ruth Tucker; died 6, 2 mo. 1839. 

[Married.] 
Benjamin H. Jones; page 99; removed to Lynn with family. 
Manaloth Glidden. 

Married at West New^bury, 8, 9 mo. 1837. 
Their children: 
Lucy Turner, born 29, 6 mo. 1838; died 22, 6 mo. 1842. 
Abby M., 30, 5 mo. 1840. 
Lucy Turner, 16, 7 mo. 1842. 
George Nicholas, 20, 2 mo. 1845. 

(F. F. R., L 112.) 

Amos Varney; page 94. 
Anna Locke; page 96. 

Married at Rochester, 4, 10 mo. 1830.* 
Their children; see page 114. 
Elijah Osborne, born 1 mo. 1806; died 6 mo. 1861. 
Mary Lane, born 4 mo. 1804. 

Married 6, 12 mo. 1831; they were received by certifi- 
cate from Seabrook Monthly Meeting with their 
three children following in 9 mo. 1840. 
Children: 
James L., born 26, 3 mo. 1833; married out but continued 

a member. 
John Henry, 13, 8 mo. 1836. 
Leah Maria, 26, 2 mo. 1839. 
Daniel Meader; page 115. 
Mary Varney; page 94. 

Married at Rochester, 9, 10 mo. 1834. 
Their children: 
Otis, bom 26, 9 mo. 1841. 

*This date should read 1832; see page 114, also Friends Marriage Cer- 
tificates published Vol. I, page 174.— Ed. 



124 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Jeremiah Roberts; page 73; died 14, 7 mo. 1848. 
Hannah F. Bedee. 

Married at Rochester, 3, 1 mo. 1839. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Abby Ellen, born 2, 11 mo. 1839. 
John Beede. 
Eliza Roberts; page 72; died 6, 12 mo. 1852. 

Married at New Durham, 18, 4 mo. 1839. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Samuel, born 6, 2 mo. 1840. 
Eunice, 6, 11 mo. 1841. 
James R., 26, 9 mo. 1843. 
Mary Ann, 23, 8 mo. 1845. 
Sarah Abby, 15, 2 mo. 1848. 
John L., 3, 7 mo. 1850; died 7, 2 mo. 1851. 
Eliza J., 25, 10 mo. 1852; died 2, 11 mo. 1852. 

(F. F. R., I: 113.) 
John Hanson; page 63. 
Sarah Austin; page 68. 

Married at Dover, 3, 12 mo. 1833 
John Meader, born 1, 2 mo. 1807; came in by request; re- 
moved to Iowa with family; died 17, 3 mo. 1857 in 
Iowa. 
Mary Thompson, born 1, 4 mo. 1808. 

Married at Pittsfield, 13, 11 mo. 1833. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Albert O., born 6, 8 mo. 1835. 
William F., 17, 4 mo. 1839. 
Abby v., 28, 1 mo. 1842. 
Jonathan W. Nutter, born 4, 2 mo. 1804. 
Lucy F. Canney, born 22, 8 mo. 1805. 

Married at Farmington and afterward became mem- 
bers. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Lavina, born 21, 5 mo. 1830; married David Leighton. 
Abigail, 7, 8 mo. 1832. 
John, 25, 8 mo. 1835. 

Susan, 5, 6 mo. 1840; married Olney T. Meader. 
Amos Varney; page 94; died 22, 3 mo. 1858. 
Anna Locke; page 96; died 17, 12 mo. 1864. 
Married at Rochester, 4, 10 mo. 1832. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Charles E., born 25, 12 mo. 1834; died 17, 1 mo. 1835. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 125 

Edward, 15, 10 mo. 1836; died 27, 1 mo. 1838. 
Albert, 8, 8 mo. 1838. 
Lydia L., 18, 8 mo. 1840. 

(F. F. R., I: 114.) 
John Varney; page 94. 
Elizabeth Wiggin. 

Married at Sandwich, 2, 10 mo. 1834. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Festus, born 28, 3 mo. 1836; died 11, 2 mo. 1838. 
Hannah, 28, 3 mo. 1836; died 30, 3 mo. 1836. 
Hannah, 15, 5 mo. 1840. 
Hanson Header; page 95; died 13, 9 mo. 1869. 
Susan L. Shaw. 

Married at North Berwick, 4, 7 mo. 1833. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Jonathan, born 25, 4 mo. 1834. 
Nathaniel, 24, 11 mo. 1836. 

Onley T., 20, 2 mo. 1839; married Susan Nutter. 
Obed Varney; page 94; died 13, 3 mo. 1840. 
Sarah W. Locke; page 96; died 30, 12 mo. 1844. 
Married out at Rochester, 5 mo. 1837. 
Their child born in Rochester: 
Lavina, born 1, 10 mo. 1839. 
Jedediah Meader; page 51; died 9, 2 mo. 1866. 
Hannah Estes; died 29, 8 mo. 1836. 

Married out at Berwick, 28, 4 mo. 1808. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Levi, born 17, 11 mo. 1808; died 11, 11 mo. 1812. 
Daniel, 17, 11 mo. 1810; page 113; married Mary Varney. 
Eli, 4, 2 mo. 1814; page 117; married Caroline D. Varney. 
Sarah, 1816; died 1816. 
Asa Varney; page 94; removed to Seabrook, certificate 8 mo. 

1845. 
Alice N. Estes; page 95. 

Married at North Berwick, 4, 7mo. 1844. 
Their children, first one born in Rochester: 
Mary Esther, born 13, 5 mo. 1845. 
Obed, 3, 5 mo. 1846. 
Caroline M., 3, 1 mo. 1850. 
Sarah M., 15, 7 mo. 1857. 

(F. F. R., L 115.) 
Jedediah V. Hanson; page 78; died 5, 6 mo. 1863. 
Abigail Meader; page 96: died 26, 3 mo. 1852. 



126 EECOEDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Married out of order 16, 4 mo. 1833 but continued 

members. 
Their children: 
Charles M., born 26, 7 mo. 1834; died 1, 10 mo. 1856. 
Hannah, 31, 7 mo. 1835; died 12, 2 mo. 1838. 
Angeline, 15, 8 mo. 1837; died 31, 1 mo. 1853. 
Daniel J., 26, 9 mo. 1839. 
Amos D. Purinton; page 94. 
Maria Varney. 

Married at Sandwich, 27, 6 mo. 1838. 
Their child: 
Abby Maria, born 16, 3 mo. 1840; married J. T, W. Ham. 
Jesse Roberts; pages 72 and 112. 
Sarah Beede. 

Married at Sandwich. 
Their child: 
Ruth Ehua, born 25, 1 mo. 1838; died 24, 11 mo. 1838. 
James Canney; page 89. 
Lois Stevens; died 22, 8 mo. 1840. 

Married out, afterward both became members. 
Their children: 
Elvira J., born 19, 7 mo. 1834; removed to Minnesota. 
Joseph Daniel, 3, 6 mo. 1838; removed to Minnesota. 
Anna, 12, 7 mo. 1840; died 25, 8 mo. 1844. 
James Canney; removed to Mmnesota; certificate to Winne- 
shiek Monthly Meeting, 9 mo. 1856. 
Jane M. Fox. 

Married at Wolfborough, 19, 5 mo. 1842. 
Their child: 
Fox Ell James, born 13, 7 mo. 1848. 

(F. F. R., I: 116.) 
Hanson Roberts; page 63; disowned. 
Lydia Henderson; disowned. 

Married out, 5, 2 mo. 1814; both afterward became 

members. 
Their children, all except first one bom members: 
Charles; never a member. 
Eliza Ann, born 12, 12 mo. 1816; disowned. 
John, 12, 2 mo. 1819. 
Samuel H., 30, 4 mo. 1821. 
OHver L., 8, 7 mo. 1823. 
Thomas H., 20, 7 mo. 1825. 
Andrew J., 5, 9 mo. 1827; died 7, 8 mo. 1840. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 127 

Stephen N., 28, 12 mo. 1829. 
Howard M., 8, 8 mo. 1832. 
Mary C, 3, 2 mo. 1841. 
Gideon Bean; he was a mmister. He became insane the lat- 
ter part of his life and was supported by the meeting; 
died 16, 6 mo. 1849, aged 71. 

Dorothy 

Married and came in by request. 
Their children: 
Sarah, born 23, 10 mo. 1796; died 15, 2 mo. 1822. 
Benjamin, Jr., 21, 3 mo. 1798; died 27, 7 mo. 1837. 
Hannah R., 23, 1 mo. 1801; married out to William 

Twombly but continued a member. 
Margaret, 17, 2 mo. 1804; died 9, 2 mo. 1834. 
Benjamin Bean, Jr.; page 117; died 27, 7 mo. 1837. 
Lydia T. Cook; died 23, 5 mo. 1827. 

Married at Sandwich, 30, 9 mo. 1824. 
Their child: 
Sarah T., born 28, 1 mo. 1826; disowned, 1843. 
James Leighton; died 1, 9 mo. 1854, aged 72 years, 10 mos. 
Sarah Seavey. 

Married 3, 11 mo. 1811; received by request. 
Their children: 
Daniel, born 16, 11 mo. 1812; page 124. 
Hannah, 24, 1 mo. 1819; died 29, 11 mo. 1819. 
Anna A., 27, 4 mo. 1822; died 18, 8 mo. 1823. 
Eli Meader; page 115; died 29, 10 mo. 1844. 
Caroline D. Varne}^; page 94. 

Married at Rochester, 4, 7 mo. 1844. 
Their child: 
Eli, born in Rochester, 22, 5 mo. 1845. CF. F. R., I: 117.) 
Amos Jones; page 97; died 18, 4 mo. 1849. 
Hannah B. Bassett; afterward married Moses Sa^vyer, Weare. 
Married at Wolfborough, 2, 10 mo. 1839. 
Their children born in Gilmanton: 
John Gurney, born 14, 11 mo. 1840. 
Daniel Wheeler, 7, 7 mo. 1842. 
Charles Amos, 3, 3 mo. 1844. 
James Edward, 27, 12 mo. 1845. 
George Walter, 4, 7 mo. 1848; died 30, 11 mo. 1850. 
Richard J. Varney; page 97. 
Naomi May. 

Married at Dover, 24, 1 mo. 1840. 



128 RECOKDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Their child born in Gilmanton: 
Edwm, born 4, 12 mo. 1841. 
Amos Peaslee; he was disowned; afterward restored. 
Lydia Dow; she continued a member and died 6, 3 mo. 1838. 
Married out of order of Friends. 
Their children: 
Sarah, born 3, 4 mo. 1835. 
Lydia Ann, 8, 10 mo. 1836. 
Amos Peaslee; second marriage. 
Rhoda Varney; page 94. 

Married at Rochester, 5, 12 mo. 1839. 
Their children born in Gilmanton or Loudon. 
Caroline, born 28, 12 mo. 1840. 
Maria, 28, 11 mo. 1843. 
Cyrus B., 9, 8 mo. 1845. 
Amos, 8, 8 mo. 1847. 

Richard, 14, 5 mo. 1849. (F. F. R., I: 118.) 

Ahijah Hanson; page 45; died 24, 4 mo. 1856. 
Hannah Bean. 

Married at Gilmanton, 1, 7 mo. 1840. 
No children. 
Daniel Osborne; page 71; died 8, 1 mo. 1871. 
Caroline Cartland; page 93; died 11, 8 mo. 1843. 

Married out of order of Friends, 18, 5 mo. 1840 but 

retained as members. 
Their child born in Dover: 
Caroline Cartland, born 14, 10 mo. 1842. 
Daniel Osborne; second marriage; died 8, 1 mo. 1871. 
Mercy P. Osborne; page 110. 

Married out, but retained as members. 
Jacob Varney; son of Mordecai Varney; page 88; born 21, 5 

mo. 1767; died 19, 12 mo. 1848. 
Dorothy Jenkins; died 13, 8 mo. 1843. 

Married out of order of Friends, 22, 11 mo. 1790. 
Their children, received by request: 
Richmond H., born 23, 7 mo. 1791; married out and dis- 
owned. 
Abigail P., 25, 12 mo. 1793; married out and disowned. 
Mordecai, 24, 9 mo. 1796; page 119. 
Jonas M., 27, 5 mo. 1799; removed to Wolfborough and 

died. 
Beard P., 14, 9 mo. 1802; died 25, 8 mo. 1833. 
Hannah E., 10, 9 mo. 1807; died 22, 6 mo. 1837. 



m MEMORIAM. 



HON. NOAH TEBBETTS. 

Life is but a breath; at best a span. A few days of sun- 
shine and of shadow, of pleasure and of pain, and man at the 
behest of that grim specter that alone can draw aside futuri- 
ty's veil surrenders his material heritage and crosses over to 
that unseen shore which marks the boundary of infinitude. 
Neither rank nor power nor station may nullify that stern 
decree. The prince and the peasant, the rich man in his 
splendor and the beggar in his rags, alike must answer that 
dread summons. The buoyancy of youth and sturdy strength 
of middle life, as well as the tottering temple of age are but 
equal subjects of that mysterious will which controls the des- 
tinies of us all. 

Instinct with vigorous health and in sympathetic touch 
with all of life's most important activities, although nearing 
the milestone which marks man's allotted span, Hon. Noah 
Tebbetts, after a brief illness of angma pectoris, passed away 
at his home in Brooklyn, New York, at thirty minutes past 
one o'clock in the morning, Monday, May 31, 1909. His 
death, occurrmg as it did on Memorial Day, was a pathetic 
yet singularly appropriate commentary upon a life crowded 
with patriotic endeavor, with loyalty to country, and an un- 
faltering devotion to "Old Glory" which he followed through 
many long months of civic strife. On the day he joined the 
silent hosts that hold eternal bivouac beyond the "cerulean 
wall" he was to have presided over the memorial exercises 
planned to take place at the tomb of General Grant. 

Mr. Tebbetts was born at Rochester, New Hampshire, Sep- 
tember 11, 1844, son of Judge Noah and Mary Esther 
(Woodman) Tebbetts. He was a descendant, in the eighth 
generation, from Henry Tibbetts, the emigrant. His line is 
as follows. Henryi Tibbetts was born in 1596; he, with wife 
Elizabeth and two children, the eldest named Jeremiah, born 
in 1631, sailed from London, England, in the ship "James", 
July 13, 1635. He settled at Dover, N. H., was a farmer 
and shoe maker. His son Jeremiah^ Tibbetts resided at Do- 
ver, was a farmer and for several years was the keeper of the 



130 IN MEMORIAM. 

prison, which at that time was located in Dover; he being 
the first prison keeper in New Hampshire. Jeremiah^ Tib- 
betts married Mary, daugliter of Tliomas Canney of Dover, 
and they had twelve children, one of whom was named Hen- 
ry^. Henr}'^ Tibbetts lived at Dover; he married the widow 
Joyce Otis, and they had a son Edward^ born Feb. 2, 1702, 
who usually wrote his name Tebbets, which spellmg has been 
generally adopted by his descendants. Edward^ Tebbets 
moved to Rochester, N. H., and was prominent in the affairs 
of that town. His second wife was named Mary, surname 
unknown; they had a son born February 6, 1737, named 
Henry^. Henry^ Tebbets resided at Rochester; he married, 
Sept. 15, 1767, Maiy Bickford, who was ten years his junior. 
Their third son born June 12, 1772, was named James*^. He 
was the village blacksmith at Rochester and became promi- 
nent in the local politics of that town. He married first, in 
1798, Mary Nutter, by whom he had a son Noah', born De- 
cember 26, 1802. Noah' Tebbets graduated from Bowdoin 
College in 1822. He Avas admitted to the bar in 1825, and 
in 1843 was appointed Circuit Justice of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, New Hampshire. Judge Tebbets" married at 
Rochester, June 3, 1828, Mary Esther Woodman, daughter 
of Jeremiah Hall and Sarah (Chase) Woodman of Rochester; 
she was born January 12, 1808. Judge Noah Tebbets while 
holding a term of court at Gilford, in August, 1844, was sud- 
denly attacked with typhoid fever. He adjourned court 
August 30 and returned home and died September 9, 1844; 
he was buried September 11, on the same day that his young- 
est son Noah®, the subject of this sketch, was born. 

Mr. Tebbetts enlisted in Co. I, Fifteenth N. H. Volunteer 
Infantry, October 20, 1862, and was mustered in two days 
later as a corporal. He served in the Department of the 
Gulf under General Banks, participating in the fighting 
around New Orleans and m the siege and battle of Port 
Hudson. On May 27, 1863, he was placed on guard over 
regimental property nearly two miles to the rear, but learning 
that there was to be a charge he left his post in care of anoth- 
er and reached the front just m time to take part in the as- 
sault, saying, "If there is going to be a battle I am going to 
have a hand in it." 

Lieut. Col. Henry W. Blair, afterwards United States sen- 
ator from New Hampshire, in a letter to Tebbetts some years 
after the war, wrote as follows: "We made several charges, 



EST MEMOEIAM. 131 

as you know, on that bloody day, and the column was so cut 
up that all regmiental organization was lost, and everybody 
went ahead who wanted to. After one of our rushes I look- 
ed back for the column and the whole thing was down, dead, 
wounded or slid off into the ravine for protection. This hap- 
pened several tmies, and after breathing, we would rally and 
push ahead a piece further. In this way we got, some of us, 
close up, but fell outside the breastworks for all that. At 
this particular tune, when I looked back for the boys, there 
was only just one left standing m sight, and that was you — 
great, tall, seventeen-year-old boy, as you were, six feet two 
or three inches high — standing on top of a log, firing away 
at Port Hudson all alone. The log was on top of the bank, 
and you were on top of the log, just as straight as a 'rake 
tail,' putting down the rebellion just as fast as you could. I 
shall never forget that sight as long as I live." 

In August, 1863, he was mustered out of service, but re- 
enlisted in Co. I, Fifth N. H. Volunteer Infantry, and fought 
with his regunent through the bloody scenes preceding and 
attending the fall of Petersburg. He was present at the 
surrender of Appomattox. 

At the close of the war Mr. Tebbetts took up the study of 
law, and following a course at Harvard Law School was ad- 
mitted to the New Hampshire bar in 1867. He early be- 
came an active participant in the political affairs of his na- 
tive State, and for three years was a member of the Republi- 
can State Committee. In 1870 he was appointed Bank 
Commissioner, which position he filled with marked ability. 
During his residence in Rochester he served as Master of 
Humane Lodge, No. 21, Free and Accepted Masons, and as 
Commander of Post No. 22, Grand Army of the Republic. 

In 1872 Mr. Tebbetts moved to Brooklyn, New York, 
where he maintained an uninterrupted residence until his 
death. Upon his arrival in Brooklyn he entered into partner- 
ship with his wife's uncle, David Winslow, Esq., which part- 
nership continued for nearly a decade, when Mr. Winslow re- 
tired from the iirm. Mr. Tebbetts was a man of rare dis- 
cermnent, sterling integrity, fearless in the cause of right 
and justice, and his remarkable grasp of even the most intri- 
cate problems in his profession won for him enviable rank 
among the leading jurists of his time. Public spirited, pro- 
gressive, and a natural leader of men, he soon became a con- 
spicuous figure in the political Hfe of oiu: nation's first me- 



132 IN MEMORIAM. 

tropolis, and iii 1897 received the nomination for the Assem- 
bly. He was endorsed for the position by the Citizens' Un- 
ion and the National Democrats as well as by the Republi- 
cans, and although residing in a practically mipregnable Dem- 
ocratic stronghold he was defeated by only a few votes. La- 
ter, however, he led his party to victory, serving as a member 
of the Board of Aldermen in 1902 and 1903. Mr. Tebbetts 
joined U. S. Grant Post, No. 327, at its organization, and in 
1888 was unanimously elected its Commander; he also served 
as judge advocate for the Department of New York, and had 
the distmction of representing the Post at many State and 
National encampments. He was one of the Guard of Honor 
over the remains of the late General U. S. Grant from Mt. 
McGregor to Riverside Park. 

He married, October 27, 1869, Emeline Frances, daughter 
of Orrin and Emeline (Winslow) Whipple, of Newton, Mass., 
a descendant of Governor Winslow who came over in the 
Mayflower. She was born at Newton, Mass., Feb. 4, 1844, 
and died at their home in Brookljai, October 30, 1904, aged 
60 years. She was a woman of culture and refinement, prom- 
inent in church and philanthropic circles, and beloved by all 
who knew her. No children survive this union. 

Mr. Tebbetts was affiliated with the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, and in addition to his connection with the organiza- 
tions previously mentioned he took an active interest in the 
New Hampshire Genealogical Society, with which he became 
associated March 16, 1904. 

The funeral services were held on Wednesday evening, 
June 2, at 8 o'clock, at the headquarters of U. S. Grant 
Post, and were very impressive, interment taking place at 
Newton, Massachusetts. 

The record of his foibles and frailties, if any he had, was 
written in the shifting sands that glisten on the shores of 
time, and have been effectually effaced by the ever-recurring 
billows of the ocean of eternity; but the grand qualities of 
the man — and they were many — will long be treasured up in 
kindly remembrance, an enduring tribute of the high appre- 
ciation and regard in which he was held by all who knew 
him. 

One sister, Mrs. Sarah C. Peavey, of Rochester, New 
Hampshire, survives him. 

Feed E. Quimby, 
Necrologist, New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 



NEWMAEKET T0^Y1^ RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

John Colcord, born in Newmarket November SO^^ 1745. 
Helena Carpenter, born in Norwalk in Connecticut March 
17* 1757. 
Married m Newmarket lO**' of July 1777 by Sam^ Shep- 

ard. 
Their children: 
Betsey Ann Colcord Born Monday 15"* June 1778. 
Polly Carpenter Colcord Born Monday 31^^ Jan^ 1780. 
Abigail Stephenson Colcord Bom Monday 17"' Decern*" 

1781. 
Trustram Coffin Colcord Born Monday 8* March 1784. 
John Carpenter Colcord Born Saturday 20"' Jan^ 1787. 
Anthony Carpenter Colcord Born Thursday 18"' Decern^ 
1788. 

Recorded June 2'' 1791, by Information of John Colcord. 

P'' Josiah Adams, To^vn Clerk. 
Dorothy Coffin, Born m Exeter, October 6"' 1766. 
John Coffin Born in Exeter, March 13"' 1768. 
Christopher Rymes Carpenter m Salem, Newhampshire, Born 

December 2'^ 1778. 
Elizabeth Carpenter, Born in Haverel 6"' May 1783. 

Recorded June 2'^ 1791 by Information of M'* Carpenter. 

Pr Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
Joseph Bryent Smith Son to Eliphalet Smith, Esq., Died 
March 27'" 1790, aged six years 2 months & 16 days. 
Recorded June 2'^ 1791 by Information of Eliph* Smith, 
Esq'' 

Pr Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
(N. T. R., II: 49.) 
Henry Burleigh of Newmarket, Born m Newmarket 24*" 

April 1768. 
Elizabeth Rogers of Newmarket Born in Newmarket 15"' 
May 1769. 
Married in Newmarket 21«* of September 1789, By M'' 

Ewer. 
Their children: 



134 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Elizabeth Rogers Burleigh, first Daughter, Born 18*'' Oc- 
tober 1790. 
Recorded June 2'' 1791, by Information of Henry Bur- 
leigh. 

Pr Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
Daniel Hill of Newmarket Born 18"' July 1761. 
Elizabeth Burleigh of Newmarket Born lO"' June 1766. 
Married in Newmarket Aug' 22'' 1781 by Seth Noble. 
Their Children: 
John Burleigh Hill Born 22-^ April 1785, and Died 27*'' 

February 1786, aged ten months & 5 days. 
Ohve Frost Hill Born 21«* January 1787. (Died Apr' 6*" 

1822 aged 35 years, 3 months & 16 days.) 
Betsey Hill Born 11"' January 1789. 

Daniel Hill Ju"- Born 13"' February 1791. (Died in Savan- 
nah June 8"* 1815 aged 24 years & 4 months.) 
Recorded June 2'' 1791, by Information of Major Daniel 
Hill. 

Pr Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
(N. T. R., H: 50.) 
Josiah Adams of Newmarket Born July 10"' 1748 in Dur- 
ham. 
Nancy Hill of Kittery in the Common Wealth of Massichu- 
sets Born November 12"' 1750, in Kittery. 
Married in Sumersworth, February 21'* 1772 by the 

Rev'' M' Pike. 
Their Children: 
Nancy Adams, 1'* Daughter, Born March 10"' 1773. Ex- 
pired this life March 26"' 1773. 
Nancy Adams, 2'' Daughter, Born July 15"' 1774. 
Josiah Adams, 1«* Son, Born March 24"' 1776. Died 

March 27*" 1776. 
Mary Neal Adams, S^ Daughter, Born Feb^ 1'* 1777. 

Second Son Still Born Decm^ 11"' 1778. 

Sally Adams,. 4*" Daughter, Born Ocf 25*" 1780. 
Betsey Adams, 5"' Daughter, Born Oct'"^ 18*" 1782. 
Samuel Adams, 3'' Son, and Rebecca Adams, 6*" Daughter, 
Twins, Born Noveni'^ 11*" 1784. Daughter Died No- 
vember 17*" 1784. Son Died November 22" 1784. 

Fourth Son, Still Born November 10*" 1785. 

Nath' Adams, 5"' Son, Born July 20"' 1788. Died August 

17"' 1788. 
Sophia Adams, 7*" Daughter, Born July 5*" 1790. 



BIETHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 135 

Recorded, June 4'^ 1791. 

P Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
(N. T. R., II: 51.) 
John Perkins of Newmarket Born. 
Elizabeth Osben of Newbury Port, Born. 

Married in Hampton, Sepf" 17"^ 1765, by the Rev^^ M'^ 

Paine Wingate. 
Their Children: 
Deborah Perkins, Born May 29* 1766. 
Sarah Perkins, Born October 2^ 1767. 
Hannah Perkins, Born March 9"> 1769. 
Polly Perkins, Born August 6* 1770. 
Robert Perkms, Born August 19"^ 1772. 
Elizabeth Perkins, Born October 6"> 1774. 

Recorded May 5'*^ 1792, by Information of M^'« Perkins. 

P Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
(N. T. R., II: 52.) 
Nathaniel Lord, of Newmarket, Born in Ipswich, September 

13"^ 1747. 
Lucy Boardman, Born in Ipswich, July 8* 1749, and were 
joined in Wedlock July 4'" 1771 by the Rev'' Joseph 
Deaney in Ipswich. 
Their Children: 
Nath^ Lord, first Son, Born Thursday 7* day of May, 

1772. 
Lucy Lord, first Daughter, Born Wednesday 13* day of 

July, 1774. 
Polly Lord, 2^^ Daughter, Born Sunday 3*' day of Novem- 
ber, 1776. 
Betsey Boardman Lord, 3'^ Daughter, Born Saturday 28* 

day of August, 1779. 
John Boardman Lord, 2'^ Son, Born Saturday 6* day of 

April, 1782. 
Susannah Lord, 4* Daughter, Born Wednesday 22'^ day 

of December, 1784. 
Ebenezer Lord, 3*^ Son, Born Thursday 10* day of Jan- 
uary, 1788. 
Francis Boardman Lord, 4* Son, Born Tuesday 20"' day 
of December, 1791. 

Recorded July 1** 1792, by Information of Nath^ Lord. 

P Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
Benjamin Binder & Susannah Perkins, both of Newmarket 
were jomed in Wedlock November 24* 1791, By 



136 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Samuel Sbepard Pastor of a Baptist Church of Christ in 
Brentwood. 
Recorded July 1«* 1792. 

P J. Adams, Town Clerk. 
Henry Burleigh Jun' Son to Henry Burleigh Born June 20*'' 
1792. 

Recorded July 1** 1792. P J. Adams, Town Clerk. 

(N. T. R., H: 59.) 
Jeremiah Colcord of Newmarket, Born October 17**^ 1760. 
Sally Perkins of Newmarket, Born October 2'^ 1767. 

Joined m Wedlock, September 27"' 1787 by M^' Milti- 

more. 
Their Children: 
John Colcord, V Son, Born June 9"' 1789. 
Jeremy Colcord, 2^' Son, Born October 26^^ 1791. 
M"^* Sally Colcord, Wife of M'' Jeremiah Colcord Died Feb- 
ruary IS"" 1792, aged 24 years, 4 months & 11 days. 
Recorded July V' 1792. 

P. Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
Jonathan Shute, Son to Benjamin Shute Born in Newmarket 
the 15*" day of Nov^ 1786. 

Recorded July V^ 1792, By Information of Benjamin 
Shute. 

P. Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
Mehitabel Burleigh, Daughter of Heniy Burleigh, Born May 
18"" 1794. 
Recorded August 16"' 1794, by 

Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
(N. T. R., H: 60.) 
Marriages by Nath' Ewer. 
Joseph Folsom to Martha Graves, January 9"' 1774. 
Reuben Aisten to Mary Speed, January 26"' 1774. 
Robert Jackson to Olive Varnum, February 17"' 1774. 
Benjamin Stevens to Love Hardy, March 20"' 1774. 
Joseph Young Ju'" to Dorcas Ewer, June 16*" 1774. 
Benj'^ Drew to Mehitabel Savage, August 4"' 1774. 
Will"' Burleigh to Comfort Taylor, Sept'' 24*" 1774. 
Samuel Ward to Rebecca Perdean, December 24*" 1774. 
Jacob Joy to Hannah Cram, February 2'^ 1775. 
Will'" Benton to Elizabeth Mason, March 2^' 1775. 
John Meader to Mehetabel Ewer, July 20*" 1775. 
Francis Durgan to Sally Remick, Ocf 8*" 1775. 
Daniel Durgan to Anna Smart, Dec'' 10*" 1775. 



BIRTHS, IVIAERIAGES AND DEATHS. 137 

Josiah Beiinet to Catey Gooden, June 13"* 1776. 
Elisha Cummiiis to Jemima Marston, July 30"' 1776. 
Solomon Huntres to Lucy Burleigh, March 17"' 1777. 
William Stevins to Martha Bennet, June 2'^ 1777. 
John Elliot to Hannah Kmnison, August 25"' 1777. 
John Young to Mary Burleigh, November 26'" 1777. 
Levi Folsom to Joannah Weeks, December 4"' 1777. 
John Barter to Phebe Bennet, February 23, 1778. 
Israel Gilman to Abigail Folsom, March 22^* 1778. 
Samuel Dyer to Keziah Young, July 4"" 1778. 
CoP David Gilman to Sarah Hilton, July 21^' 1778. 
Walter Biyent Esq"^ to Molley Watson, July 28*" 1778. 
Joseph Shute to Salley Mead, Ocf 18"'- 1778. 
William Stockman to Lydia Bennet, Ocf 28*" 1778. 
Asa Wiggm to Anna Mash, December 10*" 1778. 
Jacob Burleigh to Sally Burleigh, May 20*" 1779. 
Jacob Ames to Mehitabel Goodin, August 1^* 1779. 
Smith Chapman to Sarah Burleigh, September 30*" 1779. 

(N. T. R., H: 69.) 
Peter Hersey to Polly Sheafe, January 30*" 1780. 
Dudley Watson to Anna Hilton, April 6*" 1780. 
Richard Secomb to Dinah Bennet, May 8*" 1780. 
Samuel Pease to Comfort Marston, August 21"* 1780. 
Jonathan Whicher to Mercy Pike, August 21"* 1780. 
Robert Hill to Phebe Murry, Novem'' 5*" 1780. 
Morgan Comier to Mary Doe, Novem'' 9*" 1780. 
John Young Jun^' to Anna Mason, December 7*" 1780. 
Josiah Parsons to Susanna Chapman, Decemi' 26*" 1780. 
Nathi Chesley to Hannah Murry, May 10*" 1781. 
Abraham Parsons to Abigail Burleigh, May 30*" 1781. 
Jeremiah Young to Sarah Cram, June 14*" 1781. 
David Wiggin to Patty Rowe, August 9*" 1781. 
Philip Fowler to Apphea Stevens, August 26*" 1781. 
Lot Wedgwood to Elizabeth Smith, October 1"* 1781. 
Joseph Burleigh to Mary Hilton, March 12*" 1782. 
Wiggin Doe to Mary Churchel, March 28*" 1782. 
Jonathan Foss to Mary Burleigh, May 9*" 1782. 
Eliphalet Smith to Nancy Bryent, Ocf 13*" 1782. 
Levi Chapman to Sally Barber, Ocf 28*" 1782. 
Samuel Smith to Abigail Burleigh, Jan^ 9*" 1783. 
Joseph Osband to Martha Jewett, March 6*" 1783. 
Benjamm Tuttle to Jean Folsom, March 20*" 1783. 
Richard Lasco to Dinah Bennet, Aug* 17*" 1783. 



138 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Moses Ferren to Aseneali Roberson, Sep* 8*" 1784. 
George Curtis to Temperance Dam, March 24*'' 1784. 
John Pike Hilton to Love Liford, March 25"' 1784. 
Andrew Smith Hilton to Deborah Oilman, March 25'" 1784. 
James Burleigh to Drusilla Ewer, March 25*" 1784. 
Zebulon Pease to Mary Burleigh, March 29*" 1784. 

(N. T. R., H: 70.) 
WiUiam Burleigh to Sarah Ames, June 13*" 1784. 
Nathaniel Burleigh, to Rhoda Ames, July 22*^ 1784. 
Jon^ Roberson to Elizabeth Godso, Septem^' 16*" 1784. 
Wilham White to Polly LongfeUow, Ocf^ 5*" 1784. 
Daniel Smith to Hannah Clark, October 7*" 1784. 
Paul Chapman to Sally Smart, January 20*" 1785. 
Noah Wedgwood to Abigail Mason, April 24*" 1785. 
Richard Preson to Love Smart, June 7*" 1785. 
Reuben French to Lydia Churchil, June 21'* 1785. 
Henry Wiggin to Ami Herrick, July 23"^ 1785. 
Simeon Moulton to Lydia Peaes October 6*" 1785. 
Isaac Burleigh to Eunice Bracket, Nov' 13*" 1785. 
Jonathan Folsom to Prudence Weeks, DeC 7*" 1785. 
Andrew Doe to Polly Follet, Jan" 15*" 1786. 
Thom* Chamberlaui to Judith Burleigh, Feb^ 16*" 1786. 
Benning Smart to Betsey Duda, Feb^ 16*" 1786. 
James Marston to Comfort Hilton, March 14*" 1786. 
Walter Bryent Ju'^ to Hannah Goodin, March 23'* 1786. 
David Cram to Susannah Clough, June 14*" 1786. 
Smion Dow to Abigail Murry, July 23^* 1786. 
Thomas Watson to Abigail Wiggm, Decem'' 28*" 1786. 
Ebenezer Willson to Abigail Smart, Febr^ 3'* 1787. 
Stephen Moulton to Deborah Hilton, February 25'" 1787. 
Jacob Folsom to Elizabeth Smart, June 4*" 1787. 
Jacob Randal to Nancy Shute, June 5*" 1787. 
John Edgerly to Temperance Duda, September 6*" 1787. 
Ebenezer Smith to Elenor Hilton, January 24*" 1788. 
Thomas Ham to Elizabeth Chapman, March 6*" 1788. 
Ichob Churchel to Elizabeth Doe, April 3^' 1788. 
Nicholas Duda to Judith Kinnison, July 22'* 1788. 

(N. T. R., XL 71.) 
Andi-ew Folsom to Anna Folsom, January 29*" 1789. 
Michael Wiggin to Deborah Perkins, April 9*" 1789. 
Joseph Low Burleigh to Elizabeth Ewer, Sepf 17*" 1789. 
Henry Burleigh to Betsey Rogers, Sept' 21^' 1789. 
Oilman Gale to Polly Wiggin, October 4*" 1789. 



BIRTHS, MAREIAGES AKD DEATHS. 139 

Daniel Bodge to Polly Cram, October 22" 1789. 
Dudley Gilman to Betsey H, Persons, March 23" 1790. 
James Cram Jun"^ to Polly Sanborn, September 12"' 1790. 
John Willes to Susannah Scrigms, October 22" 1790. 
Richard Bartlet to Deborah Thurston, Decem' 15"' 1790. 
Peter Hearsey to Polly Folsom, December 16*" 1790. 
Samuel Pickering to Betsey Bracket, Decem'^ 28'" 1790. 
Edmund Pendergast to Lydia Murry, January 6*" 1791. 
John Doe to Ruth Dearbon, January 12*" 1791. 
Joseph Badger to Deborah Gilman, March 3" 1791. 
Samuel Shackford to Salley Hannafort, March 20*" 1791. 
William Hersey to Polly Smart, April 9*" 1791. 
Ebenezer Plummer to Ruth Dole, April 9*" 1791. 
Benjamin Perkins to Mary Neal, January 12*" 1792. 
Benjamin Knight to Hannah Beal, February 12*" 1792. 
Joseph Duda to Nancy Stevens, March 18*" 1792. 
John Hodge to Polly Stevens, March 27*" 1792. 
Henry Tilton to Olive Plaisted Rogers, May 20*" 1792. 
Jonathan Barker Ju'' to Mary Ewer, July 2" 1792. 
Edward Hilton 3" to Betsey Watson, Sep'' 11*" 1792. 

Recorded Ocf 25*^' 1792, by Information of the Rev"^ 
Nath^ Ewer. 

P Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
(N. T. R., II: 72.) 
Jeremiah Bracket & Polly Smart both of Newmarket were 

Married September 20*" 1792, by the Rev" Nathaniel 

Ewer. 
Lawrence Gordon & Martha Hilton both of Newmarket, 

Married November 15*" 1792, by the Rev" Nathaniel Ewer. 

Robert Bumham of Durham & Nancy Doe of Newmarket, 
Married January 8" 1793, by the Rev" Nathaniel Ewer. 

Richard Hubbard of Shapley in the County of York and Com- 
mon Wealth of Massichusets & Sally Parsons of New- 
market, Married January 20*" 1793, by the Rev" Nathaniel 
Ewer. 

Elexander Johnson of Northwood & Betsey Murry of New- 
market, Married February 10*" 1793, by Nathaniel Ewer. 

Moulton Smart & Martha Graves both of Newmarket, Mar- 
ried April 11*" 1793, by Josiah Adams Esq*'. 

Jeremiah W. Ham of Somersworth & Susannah Smart of 
Newmarket, Married April 29'" 1793, by the Rev" Na- 
thaniel Ewer. 



140 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Nicholas Grace & Abigail Scriggens both of Newmarket, 
Married May 19^"^ 1793, by the Rev'^' Nathaniel Ewer. 

(N. T. R., II: 80.) 

Marriages Solemnized by the Rev** Sam^ Tomb from Novem 
ber 1794 to March 1796, vizt. 

Jolui Thurston of Parsonsfield in the Common Wealth of 
Massichusets and Susannah Duda of Newmarket, 19"' NoV^ 
1794. 

Henry Wiggin Jun"^ & Hannah Hill both of Newmarket, 11"' 
Dec' 1794. 

John Mead & Lucy Lord both of Newmarket, 25"" DeC^ 
1794. 

Samuel Calfe of Kmgston and Patty Wiggin of Newmarket, 
31^' Dec-- 1795.* 

Samuel Scriggans and Betsey Baker both of Newmarket, 8*'' 
Feby 1795. 

Cap* Aaron Deale of Salsbury m the Common Wealth of 
Massichusets and Sally Gilman of Newmarket, 18"' Feb^ 
1795. 

Joseph Pease and Polly Jenness both of Newmarket, 12*" 
Nov 1795. 

John Jack of Chester and Grace Hoit of Newmarket, — Jan^ 
1796. 

Barker Wiggin and Deborah Bracket both of Newmarket, 
19"' Feby 1796. (N. T. R., II: 104.) 

Marriages Solemnized by the Rev'* Nath* Ewer from October, 
1794 to December, 1796. 

Joseph Churchel & Sally Tash both of Newmarket, 7"' Octo- 
ber 1795. 

Winthrop Hilton & Abigail Hilton of d«, 1 December 1795. 

Lawrence Gooden & Betsey Hilton of d°, 13 October, 1794. f 

Joshua Pickering of Gilmantown and Polly Doe of Newmar- 
ket, 28 December 1794. 

Jonathan Elliot & Anna Kimiison both of Newmarket, 7 Au- 
gust, 1795. 

Benjamin Hobbs of Effingham & Sally Hilton of d° [Newmar- 
ket], 24 Jan^ 1795. 

Record of the ages of the children of John and Mary Hodge. 

John Hodge, Jr. born June 2'"* 1792. 

James Hodge, born June 10*" 1798. 

Mary Hodge, born Novem>^ 16**' 1801. (N. T. R., II: 106.) 

*Written first 1794, afterward the 4 was crossed and a 5 inserted, 
t Correctly copied. — Ed. 



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Giles Badger and his Descendants — First Four 
Generations and a Portion of the Fifth, Sixth and 
Seventh Generations. By John Cogsivell Badger. Press 
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Paper, 8vo., pp. 64. One Illustration. 

The above work contains practically a complete record of 
the first four generations of the descendants of Giles Badger 
of Newbury, Mass., 1635, together with an incomplete record 
of the remaining generations of his descendants. It contains 
a large mass of data collected from original sources and ar- 
ranged with great care by the compiler, invaluable to the 
genealogist and especially so to the different members of the 
Badger family. A great many of the descendants of Giles 
Badger early drifted up into New Hampshire and it has be- 
come one of the old families of this state. All persons inter- 
ested in the Badger family should purchase a copy of this 
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copy. Address: John C. Badger, 

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This book is divided into two parts. Part One is devoted 
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uel Porter was born May 8, 1746, and died in 1833, being of 
the sixth generation in descent from John Porter, of Hing- 
ham, 1637, and Salem, Mass., 1643. Martha Perley, the wife 
of Lieut. Samuel Porter, was of the fifth generation from 
Allen Perley of Ipswich, Mass., born about 1608, the ances- 
tor of the Perley family in America. The record of each 
line is very complete, giving the whole family record of each 
ancestor together with wills, deeds and other valuable genea- 
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uel Porter, Chester, N. H., above mentioned. An attempt is 



142 QUERIES. 

made to follow out the descendants in the female lines. The 
scope of the book is rather novel, but it contains much valua- 
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they will not half repay Miss Porter for the labor and ex- 
pense she has been to in preparing the work. Address all 
subscriptions for the book to Miss Juliet Porter, 

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QUEEIES. 

99. Flagg. — James Flagg of Moultonborough, N. H., ac- 
cording to the records, served on the quota of Sandwich in 
Scammell's regiment and lost his life at Bemis Heights, 24 
Sept., 1777. 

Any information desired concerning himself or family. 
Was he James Flagg, Jr. of Upton who, as family tradition 
has it, fell in the Revolution, and whose descendants remov- 
ed to Maine? 

Chas. A. Flagg, 

Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 

100. Darling. — About 1827 Stephen Darling, son of 
John and Phebe (Roberts) Darling, married, perhaps in Ken- 

nebunk, Me. Nancy ( ) Fisk, a widow. Who were her 

parents, where and when was she born? They first lived in 
Hampstead, N. H., then removed to Groton, Vt., where their 
first child was born August 16, 1828. 

John Darling, born Salisbury, Mass., Dec. 21, 1683, mar- 
ried Mary Page; published November 6, 1708. They had 
several children: Abigail, born October 4, 1709, married 
Benjamin Sweat, February 20, 1729. I would like to know 
where they were married, his birthday and place, parents 
and his children by Abigail, also date of deaths. 

Judith, daughter of John and Mary (Page) Darling, born 
June 14, 1714, married Benjamin Cilley March 4, 1736. 
Same as above wanted of this family. 

Naomi Darling, born July 12, 1719, married Jacob Flan- 
ders July 7, 1741; where? Wanted their children. 

Onesiphorus Darling, born Januaiy 12, 1721, married 
Elizabeth Norton, November 17, 1748; where? Wanted her 
birth, names of parents and children. 



QUERIES. 143 

Philip Darling was bom August 29, 1724. Who did he 
marry? 

Mary Darling was born December 8, 1725. Who did she 
marry? The above were all children of John and Marj 
(Page) Darling. The father bought land in Kingston, N. H., 
1727, and the children perhaps all married there. 

Who were the parents of Hon. George W. Darling, born 
Malone, N. Y., 1847; died Whitefield, N. H., March 20, 
1909. Obituary in (Jranite State Monthly Magazine. 

Delia H. Honey, 

Albany, Vermont. 

101. Badgee. — Samuel Badger married Eliza Gardner 
of Nantucket, about 1780 or 1790, probably at Nantucket. 
Their daughter Sarah was born June 10, 1792 and died Oct. 

25, 1875. The birth and death dates of Samuel Badger with 
place of residence are wanted, also his full ancestry. 

Wilham C. Dornin, Jr., 
55 West 33d Street, New York, N. Y. 

102. Hanson. — Who were the parents of Richard Han- 
son and Reuben Hanson? The above Richard was born in 
1750, in Dover, N. H., and died there Aug. 21, 1840. Reu- 
ben Hanson was born in 1767. By the U. S. Census of 1790 
for New Hampshire, both were residents of Middleton; by the 
same census, Richard, son of Silas Hanson was of Dover. 
For second wife, Richard married Susannah, daughter of Isaac 
Hanson of Pine Hill, Dover. They lived in Middleton, now 
Brookfield. Dr. R. J. P. Goodwin, 

Maiden, Mass. 

ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 

95. Stanyan. — Ichabod Canney (Kenney), son of Rich- 
ard and Deborah (Stokes) Canney married in Hampton, N. 
H., Oct. 19, 1729 Susanna Stanyan. She was the daughter 
of James and Ann Stanyan. James, born in Hampton, June 

26, 1667 was the son of John and Mary (Bradbury) Stan- 
yan. John was born near Boston, July 16, 1642; married 
December 15, 1668 Mary Bradbury of Salisbury, Mass., (b. 
17 March, 1642, d. 27 September, 1718). John was select- 
man 1699, deputy to General Court 1705 and was one of the 
builders of the Friends meeting house at Hampton, 1701. 
John was son of Anthony Stanyan, the emigrant, born in 
England in 1611, was a glover by trade, came to America in 
the ship "The Planter", 1635. He settled near Boston but 



144 DONATIONS. 

soon moved to Exeter, N. H. He took oath of freeman 17 
April, 1644; was town clerk of Exeter, 1647; and moved to 
Hampton, 1648. He was Deputy to Gen. Court from Hamp- 
ton, 1654; was Councilor in Gov. Cranfield's cabinet, 1684. 

He married first Mary , second Jan. 1, 1665 Ann 

Partridge, widow of William Partridge of Salisbury. 

Annie K. Seavey, 

Dover, N. H. 

3. Pitman. — The parents of Mary Pitman, who married 
Richard Shortridge, of Portsmouth, N. H., about 1766, were 
Benjamin and Susanna (Mead) Pitman, of Portsmouth. He 
was keeper of the Colonial prison and died while in office, in 
1753. His wife, who was daughter of Joseph Mead of the 
same city, died a few months after her husband. On Janu- 
ary 25, 1754, Elizabeth Pitman, next of kin, renounced her 
right of administration of estate of her son, Benjamin Pit- 
man, deceased, in favor of Joseph Mead, "whose Daughter 
the said Benjamin married who is also Deceased." — Ed. 



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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. VI. DovEE, N. H., October, 1909. No. 4. 

THOMAS DOWNES OF DOVER, IS^. H., AND 
HIS DESCEISTDANTS. 

1. Thomas^ Downes, a shoemaker, was bom February 2, 
1611/12 and died January 21, 1698/9, under which date 
Pike says in his Diary: "Thomas Downes, senior, died after 
one months sickness, wanting only twelve days of eighty- 
seven years old." Thomas was of Boston 1652 where he 
witnessed the will of George Burden. The town of Dover 
granted him land at Cochecho in 1656 and he was taxed 
there in 1657. In 1675 he bought ten acres of the town 
and he was one of the petitioners to remain a part of Massa- 
chusetts in 1677. In 1670, Thomas sold Jediah Andrews of 
Salisbury "my late dwelling house and lot" on east side of 
the neck, bounded east by Fore river, south by Mr. Rayner's 
land, north and west by the common. In 1687 he sold 
Thomas Hanson fifty acres granted by the town in 1656 at 
Cochecho near Mr. Rayner's. Thomas was constable in 1666. 
His wife was Katharine who died December 23, 1702, under 
which date Pike says: "Old sister Downs died with illness, 
age and suffering." 

Children: 
i. Rebecca,2 born April 22, 1652 at Boston. 
2. ii. Thomas,2 b. March 17, 1653-4 at Boston, 
iii, Elizabeth,^ b. Nov. 17, 1663 at Dover, 
iv. Mary;2 m, Nov. 25, 1686 at Dover, John Cook and had 

i. Rebecca;' m. 1, John Drew; m. 2, Samuel Starbird. 
ii. John,3 b. May 5, 1692. 
iii. Peter.' 

2. Thomas^ {Thomas^), was a sergeant and constable in 
1706; and was killed by the Indians at Kittery in 1711. 
Warrant of appraisal of his estate was granted Lieut. Tris- 
tram Heard and Capt. John Tuttle April 20, 1711; adminis- 



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146 THOMAS DOWNES 

tration was granted his son Gershom April 14, 1711. He 

maiTied first, before 1680 Martha ; second, Mary, 

daughter of Nathan and Martha (Everett) Lord, who was 
killed by Indians at Dover July 26, 1696. His third wife 
was Abigail (Roberts) Hall, widow of John Hall and daugh- 
ter of Sergt. John and Abigail (Nutter) Roberts, whom he 
married October 24, 1698. All his children except Gershom 
were by his second wife. 

Children: 

Gershom,^ born January 10, 1680. 

Thomas. 8 

Martha,8 b. 1691; m. 1, John Mackelroy; m. 2, Philip 

Stackpole; d. at Dover, Sept. 24, 1792, aged 101 years. 
Ebenezer.3 
Samuel.8 
William.' 

An apparently complete list of heirs of Thomas^ is com- 
prised in a deed of 17 .S4 conveying ten acres purchased of 
town on west side of Cochecho river. Apparently Thomas^ 
was the only son to carry on the name. The heirs were: 
Gershom, Thomas, Ebenezer, Samuel, and William Downs, 
John Cook, John Mackelroy and Samuel Starbord all of 
Dover, and Martha the wife of J. Mackelroy and Rebecca 
the wife of S. Starbord, who conveyed land of Thomas 
Downs grandfather of above Downses and of Martha Mack- 
elroy and Rebecca Starbord. 

3. Gershom^ (^Thomas,^ Thomas^'), of Somersworth, hus- 
bandman, baptized August 17, 1718; admitted to 1st church 
August 31, 1718; died 1750; married 1st, December 24, 1707 
Sarah, daughter of John Hall of Dover, deceased; married 2d, 
before 1736 Elizabeth (Tibbetts) Dam, born March 10, 1697, 
daughter of Joseph and Ehzabeth Tibbetts and widow of 
Pomfret Dam. She married 3d, Richard Goodwin. 

Children: 

8. i. Gershom,* born February 15, 1708, bapt. Nov. 29, 1719. 

ii. Martha,* b. Oct. 14, 1711, bapt. Nov. 29, 1719; probably 
dead in 1750, as she was not mentioned in her father's 
will. 

9. iii. Thomas,* b. Feb. 17, 1713-4; bapt. Nov. 29, 1719. 

iv, Rebecca,* bapt. Nov. 29, 1719; m. James Wilmot and was 
lately deceased in 1750; she had a child: 

i. Sarah,^ who probably ra. Jonathan Bickford, May 
26, 1757 at Dover. 

10. v. John,* bapt. Nov. 29, 1719. 

11. vi. Richard,* bapt. June 21, 1724. 
vii. Sarah,* bapt. August 18, 1728. 

viii. Joseph,* ) both bapt. in private Jan. 21, 1737; probably 
Paul,* j dead in 1750; not in father's will. 



AND HIS DESCENDANTS. 147 

The will of Gershonr^ is dated April 4 and was proved 
June 27, 1750. It names wife Elizabeth; grandchildren 
Gershom, Aaron, Abigail, Moses, Elizabeth, James, children 
of Gershom deceased; sons Thomas, John and Richard; 
daughter Sarah; granddaughter Sarah Wilmot of daughter 
Rebecca Wilmot lately deceased. The homestead was given 
to sons John and Richard. His inventory amounted to 
£4361. He held one third of a right in Rochester, with 
brothers, Thomas and Ebenezer holding the rest. 

4. Thomas^ iThomm^ Thovias^), of Somersworth, yeoman, 
contributes one acre for settlement of minister 1730 and 
owned a pew; surveyor of highways 1715; held a share in 
Rochester in common with brothers Gershom and Ebenezer 
and in 1744 conveyed the whole share to Edward Rawlings; 
ditd 1749, when his estate was administered both in New 
Hampshire and in Mame (then Massachusetts); inventory 
in Maine £2271, in New Hampshire over X9000. He mar- 
ried Sarah, daughter of Jolm and Mary (Heard) Ham of 
Dover. (Portsmouth records give Thomas Downs married 
Elizabeth Ham June 8, 1710). 

Children: 
i. Maky,* born Feb. 22, 1710-11; m. Samuel Dam and was 
dead in 1750. . She had children: 
i. Sarah,^ who m. Amos Howard. 
ii. Samuel, 
iii. Pomfret. 
ii. Sarah,* b. Nov. 25, 1712; m. Daniel Ham, and was dead in 

1750; left issue, 
iii. Elizabeth,* b. July 25, 1714; m. John Garland; children: 
i. Lydia,^ m. John Wallingford, Jr. 
ii. Daniel.^ 
iv. Anna,* b. Feb. 3, 1716; m. Benjamin Heard and was lately 

deceased in 1750, left issue. 
V. Mercy,* b. July 25, 1719; m. Thomas* Downes (Gershom^) 

and died in 1750; left issue. 
vi. Patience,* b. April 3, 1721, d. Sept. 10, 1776; m. Samuel 
Wentworth (Ephraim); they had children: 

i. Jonathan,^ b. Sept. 1, 1741, d. Nov. 16, 1790. 

ii. Sarah,5 b. June 17, 1745; m. April 13, 1775 Samuel 

Roberts, 
iii. Enoch,^ b. January 6, 1752. 
iv. Kezia,^ b. Sept. 25, 1754; m. John Philpot. 
V. Mary,^ b. Sept. 14, 1757; m. Andrew Home, Jr. 
vi. Daniel.^ 

vii. Amaziah,5 b. March 30, 1760. 
viii. Samuel,^ b. Nov. 29, 1763. 
is. Jacob,^ b. January i, 1766. 
vii. Abigail,* b. July 10, 1724; dead in 1749. 
viii. Love,* m. Charles Baker and died before 1762. They had 

children: i. Charity.^ ii. Charles. ^ iii. Thomas. ^ 
ix. Charity,* m. Amos Howard and died without issue. 



148 THOMAS DOWNES 

5. Ebenezer^ {Thomas,^ Thomas^), of Somersworth; Leba- 
non, 1T54; Arundel, 1758; housewright, yeoman; bought land 
at Arundel, 1755. His wife as shown by deeds 1737-1755 
was Elizabeth, Ebenezer was a Quaker and was taken by 
the Indians in 1724 and grossly insulted and abused for 
refusing to dance for their diversion, but the Quaker records, 
so generous in some respects, ungratefully refuse to give us 
any mention of him. "The Boston News Letter" in 1725 
says that he returned from captivity "having a wife and five 
children at Pascataqua". 

Children: 
12. i. Ebenezer.* 

6. Samuel^ {Thomas,'^ Thomas^), of Somersworth, hus- 
bandman, died 1755. Will dated March 24, proved May 30, 
1755 mentions wife Judith, and sister Martha wife of Philip 
Stackpole. He married Judith who was alive as his widow 
in 1779 and left no issue. 

7. William^ {Thomas,'^ Thomas^), of Somersworth, hus- 
bandman; administration granted Samuel* Downs August 28, 
1754; inventory £2934, 7, 4, shows property at Berwick. 
He married May 3, 1721 at Dover, Mary ,3 daughter of Joseph^ 
(William^) Pitman. One third of his real estate was given his 
widow. The remaining two thirds was left undivided among 
his six children, only five of whom are surely found. 

Children: 
Samuel,* b. December 18, 1721; bapt. July 31, 1726. 
William,* b. January 18, 1723; bapt. July 31, 1726. 
Phebe,* bapt. July 31, 1726. 
Thomas,* bapt. February 23, 1729. 
Daniel.* 



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8. Gershom* ( Grershom,^ Thomas,'^ Thomas^), of Rochester, 
New Hampshire, husbandman; killed by Indians at Rochester 

June 27, 1746; married Margaret who married 2d, 

September 17, 1749 Joseph Walker. An account of Joseph 
Walker and his wife Margaret in 1758 shows that they ad- 
ministered estate of Gershom and kept minors, Elizabeth for 
6 months, James for 6 years 3 months, Gershom 16 months. 

Children: 

17. i. Aaron. 5 

ii. Abigail,^ b. 1732, d. May 7, 1790, aged 58; probably m. 
James Rollins. 

18. iii. Moses, 5 bapt. September 9, 1739. 

iv. Elizabeth,^ bapt. December 13, 1741; m. Henry Allard of 
Rochester. 

19. V. Gershom,^ bapt. March 6, 1742-3. 
vi. James,5 bapt. November 23, 1746. 



AND HIS CHILDREN. 149 

9. Thomas^ (Grershom,^ Thomas,^ Thomas^), of Berwick, 
yeoman; married 1st, Mercy^ Downs (Thomas^), who died in 
1750, when Thomas became guardian of their four children. 
He married 2d, Judith by whom he had three chil- 
dren. 

Children: 
i. Martha, 8 m. May 11, 1758 at Berwick, Daniel Tibbetts. 

20. ii. Thomas.6 

21. iii. Joshua.5 

iv. Paul,s died young. 

22. V, Paul,5 bapt. May 1, 1761, at North Parish church, (of 

Thomas and Judith). 

23. vi. Ebenezer,^ bapt. November 11, 1762. 
vii. Betsey,^ bapt. February 9, 1767. 

10. John* (Gershom,^ Thomas,^ Thomas^), of Somersworth; 
Ichabod Rawlings administrator had power to sell real estate 

June 29, 1757; married Abigail . His children were 

all in Water borough and Lyman, Maine in 1786. 

Children: 
Phineas.s 
Reuben. 5 

EsTHER,5 of Coxhall, 1786. 
Gershom.^ 

JOHN.^ 

Richard* (G-ershotn,^ Thomas,'^ Thomas^), of Somers- 
worth, removed to Massabesic (Waterborough), 1773; was 
ahve in 1805 when he renewed a deed of home place at 
Somersworth to Ichabod Rollins; married Patience, daughter 
of William and Penelope (Trafton) Bracy of York and Bid- 
deford. 

Children: 
Rebecca,^ b. September 26, 1747. 
PoMFRET,5 b. February 15, 1750. 
Paul,5 b. June 9, 1755. 
Charity,5 b. July 8, 1759. 
MosEs,5 b. April 30, 1764. 

Riohard,^ of Waterborough, who sells right in home- 
stead of his grandfather Gershom, in 1800. 

12. Ebenezer* [Ebenezer^^ Thomas,^ Thomas^), of Somers- 
worth, Arundel, laborer; with father conveys all their land in 
Somersworth to James Pike 1755; 1755 buys land at Arundel; 
1756 buys land at Coxhall (Lyman); 1777 with wife Jane 
both of a place called Number 4, county of Lincoln conveys 
land at Newington belonging to John Walton, father of Jane. 
He married Jane, daughter of John Walton of Newington. 

13. Samuel* {William,^ Thomas,^ Thomas^)^ of Somers- 
worth, husbandman; 1785 conveys land laid out to father Wil- 
liam Downs; will dated December 6, 1794 proved May 3, 1820 



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150 THOMAS DOWNES 

mentions wife Anna, sons Phineas and John, daughters Dol- 
ly, Nabby, Anna, Judith, also land in Berwick held in com- 
mon with brother Daniel Downs; inventory i997. This 
must be the Samuel who died in 1820, aged 100 years men- 
tioned in "Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 10, 179." He married Feb- 
ruary 22, 1746, at Rochester, Anne Canney. 

Childi'en: 

Timothy,^ perhaps died young, not in father^s will. 

Nabby.5 

Anna. 5 

Judith.^ 

Samuel,^ perhaps died young, not in his father's will. 

PlIINEAS.^ 

Jonathan,^ called John in his father's will. 
William* ( William,^ Thornas,^ Thomas^), of Pine Hill, 
Berwick, yeoman; will made March 5, 1778 and proved 
December 18, 1780 mentions eldest son Jedediah, two young- 
er sons Aaron and Moses, wife Mercy, daughter Lydia Aus- 
tin, son-in-law Nathaniel Austin, daughter-in-law Mercy 
Downs, grandson Levi son of William, deceased. He mar- 
ried February 22, 1746 at Rochester, Mercy Canney. 

Children: 

Jedediah,^ 

Aaron. ^ 

MOSES.^ 

Lydia, s m. Nathaniel Austin, January 31, 1775 at Berwick. 
William. 5 

Thomas* {William,^ Thomas,^ Thomas^), of Berwick, 
husbandman; admitted to 1st church, Berwick, 1773; adminis- 
tration granted .lames Roberts June 26,1778; James Roberts 
died and admmistration was granted Jonathan Hamilton, Jr., 
1781; inventory X246, 7; estate insolvent, divided 1792 among 
creditors. He married Phebe, daughter of Benjamin Lord. 

16. Daniel* {William,^ Thomas^ Thomas^), husbandman, 
of Pine Hill, Berwick, and Lebanon, Maine; died 1822, aged 
93(?); married Judith Canney. He was remarkably clever in 
keeping his name from the records, but is mentioned in wills 
of brother Samuel and brother William. Children: 

i. IsAAC,^ drowned, unmarried in 1793. February 9, 1793 
administration of estate of Isaac Downs late of Berwick, 
deceased, intestate, late soldier in the Continental army 
was granted Daniel Downs of Berwick, husbandman, 
ii. Lucy,^ m. Ichabod Downs December 19, 1782 at Berwick, 
iii. Phebe,^ m. Reuben Goodwin January 6, 1785 at Berwick. 

40. iv. Daniel.^ 

V. Betsey,^ m. Moses Downs November 11, 1790, at Berwick, 
vi. Dorcas,^ m. Samuel Jones, 3d, June 22, 1797 at Lebanon. 

41. vii. Stephen,^ b. 1775. 

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NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. VI, page 140.] 

Ages of M"^ Henry Burleigh's Children, viz'. 
Mehitabel S. Burleigh Jun. Born May 18'" 1794. 
John Burleigh Born July 24"^ 1796. 
Nathi R. Burleigh Born January 13'" 1799. 

, Recorded by Information of M*" Henry Burleigh, 

Attest, Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 

(N. T. R., II: 150.) 
Samuel Graves, Son of Joseph & Elizabeth Graves, was bom 

October IS*" 1787. (N. T. R., II: 162.) 

The following are the Children of John & Comfort Moore 

born as follows, viz. 
Ann Moore born Sepf^ 5'" 1808. 
Abigail Moore born June 17*" 1810. 
John Moore born Dec"^ 10'" 1811. 
Eleanor Moore born March 29'" 1813. 
The Birth of Children of Joseph R. Doe and Sarah his wife 

as follows. 
First a Son Born June 1^' 1819 & died 6*" same month aged 

6 days. 
George Gauis Doe Born May 21, 1821, and died June 12*" 

1822 aged 12 months & 22 days. 

(N. T. R., II: 201.) 
Children of Dan' Hill & Elizabeth Hill continued from 

page 50. 
Mary B. Hill Born Nov^ 23'" 1792. 
John B. Hill Bom Jan^ 5'" 1795. 
Nath^ R. Hill Born Oct^ 9'" 1796. 
James Hill 2'" Born Feb^ 10'" 1799. 
Henry Hill Born Apr^ 13'" 1800 died Feb^ 26'" 1803 aged 2 

years & 10 months. 
Mehitable S. Hill Bom Dec-^ 25'" 1802. 
Sarah Ann Hill Born Jan^ 15'" 1806. 
George H. HiU Bom Sept^ 20'" 1807. 
The Births of Children of William Tenney & Phebe his wife 

as follows. 



152 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

William Cutter Tenney Bom July 26, 1817. 
Phebe Tenney Bom May 13, 1821. 

(N. T. R., II: 202.) 
Marriages Solemnized by Bradstreet Gilman Esq^ 
March 4, 1822. John Lusthers* of Lee now in Newmarket 

to Sarah York of Exeter. (N. T. R., II: 221.) 

Deerfield January 14"" 1802. 

To the Town Clerk of Newmarket, 

Dear Sir. I send to you the Records as they were left 
on Record by my Father, and desire you to record them if 
they are not allready on Record & you will oblige yours to 
serve Joseph Hilton. 

Myself, Joseph Hilton, Born June 1^'^ 1747. 
Mary Hilton, Born July W 1749. 
Richard Hilton, Born July the 6"^ 1752. 
William Hilton, Born August y^ W^ 1759. 
Sarah Hilton, Born Jan^ y« 9"" 1762. 
Nath^ HHton, Born March 17"^ 1764. 

(N. T. R., II: 229.) 
Samuel Paul, born m Kittery, Me. Sepf 7*'' 1789. 
Marthy M. Tarlton, born m Newmarket 1796, April 18'*'. 

The above Couple Married Feb^ 13'^ 1815. 

Their Children as follows: 
George Oliver Paul, born Feb^ 25**^ 1816. 

(N. T. R., II: 244.) 
Nathi Paul Born m Kittery March 8^'^ 1781. 
Mary Masters born in Newmarket Jan^ 23'^ 1785. 

Married Feb^ 15"' 1807 by . 

Their Children: 
Charles H. Paul, first Son born DeC" 24^^ 1807. 
Nathi Paul J^ Second Son born Feb" 11"> 1809. 
Amos Paul, third Son born Apr' 29^^^ 1810. 
John M. Paul, fourth Son born Dec 4^'^ 1811. 
William M. Paul, fifth Son born May 16"^ 1813. 
Nicholas G. Paul, Sixth Son born Apr' 3*^ 1815. 
George M. Paul, Seventh Son born DeC^ 16^*^ 1816. 
Mary Ann Paul, born Jany 28, 1819. 
Margery Paul, born Apr' 11, 1820. 
Andrew M. Paul, 8"^ Son born Sept^ 22"^ 1821. 
James C. Paul, born Jan^ 19"^ 1824. 

Sarah E. Paul, born July 8"^ 1825. (N. T. R., II: 265.) 
Children of W™ Speed & Mary his wife. 
*Possibly intended for Lathers or Leathers, — Ed. 



BIRTHS, MAERIAGES AND DEATHS. 153 

Benjamin Speed born Feb^ 2, 1808. 

WiUiam Speed born July 10, 1809. 

Robert Speed born March 13, 1811. 

John Speed born Nov"^ 25, 1813. 

Elizabeth Speed born Oct' 11, 1815. 

Abigail Speed bom July 7, 1817. 

Mary Ann Speed born Jany 18, 1820. 

Alfred Speed bom May 19, 1823. (N. T. R., II: 266.) 

Henry Wiggin, Bom m Stratham, of Simon and Susanna 

Wiggm, the 8*'' day of May 1740, old Stile, and 

Married 31^' day of March 1765, to 
Lydia Shute who was Born in Newburyport, the 2'^ day of 

December 1740, old Stile, of Michael & Wel[t]hen Shute, 

By whom he had seven Children, viz*. 

1. Michael Wiggin, Born December 12*^ 1765. 

2. Henry Wiggin, Born January 5*" 1767. 

3. Lydia Wiggin, Bom September 15^ 1768. 

4. Welthen Wiggm, Bom May 14"^ 1771. 

5. Susanna Wiggin, Born January 5*^^ 1774. 

6. Elizabeth Wiggin, Born September 21'' 1775. 
Lydia Wiggin, departed this life, March 25*'' 1776. 

7. Lydia Wiggin, the second Born Decem' 17*^ 1778. 
Lydia Wiggin, the wife of Henry Wiggin departed this life 

22"^ day of July, 1784, in the 44*'' year of her age. 
Henry Wiggin Married second time, by the Rev*^ Nathaniel 
Ewer, July 23*^ 1785, to Amy Herrick who was Bom in 
Beverly Sept 22** 1755, by whom he had five Children, viz*. 

1. Daniel W. Wiggm Bom March 22*^ 1786. 

2. Charles Wiggin Born February 24*^ 1788. 

3. Sarah Wiggin Born July 15*'' 1790. 

4. Abigail Wiggin Born December 12*'' 1792. 

Susanna Wiggin departed this life December 14*'" 1793, 
in the 20*'' year of her age. 

5. Amy Wiggin Bom October 28*" 1794. 

Recorded January 4*" 1809 

Pr Josiah Adams, Town Clerk. 
(N. T. R., IL 300.) 
Marriages by the Rev*^ John Broadhead. 
Thomas^Ayers of Greenland and Catharine Bracket of New- 
market were married Jan^ 4*" 1810 by the Rev*^ Mr. Broad- 
head. 
January 27*" 1812. Henry Oilman & Lydia Glidden were 
married by Walter Powers. 



154 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

The following by the Rev*^ John Broadhead. 

Docf Enoch Falkner to Mrs. Mary Louisa Lord Sept^ — 
1812. 

Docf^ Daniel Cook to Miss Clarissa Watson Jan^ — 1813. 

M"- David Godfrey to Miss Sarah Pinder June — 1815. 

Mr Peter Hersey to Miss Mahala Wood March 4, 1816. 

M^ Moody Smith to Miss Charlotte Durgin Apr^ 11, 1816. 

M"" Warren Smith to Miss Susannah Chapman July 21, 1816. 

M-- Tho' Pendergast to Miss Charlotte Smart Apr^ 6, 1817. 

M^ Eben' Flanders to Miss Nancy Pinder May 10, 1817. 

M^ Stephen Nudd to Miss Elizabeth Wiggin Sepf 29, 1817. 

M' James Burleigh to Miss Martha Watson Dec"^ 21, 1817. 

M'' James Weston to Miss Betsey Smith March 8, 1818. 

M"^ Phinehas Willey to Miss Welthern Sias March 25, 1818. 

M'^ George Ayers to Miss Perney Bracket Sepf 9, 1818. 

M-^ Moody Smith to Miss Sally P. Smith Dec'" 16, 1818. 

M-^ Benj° Watson to Miss Rebecka Chapman DeC" 31, 1818. 

M' Nathan Prsson to Miss Eliz* Downing March 19, 1819. 

M"^ John Ayers to Miss Lydia Bracket March 31, 1819. 

M"- Joseph R. Doe to Miss Sarah Gains Apr' 11, 1819. 

M^ Abner P. Stinson to Mrs. Olive R. Neil July 21, 1819. 

M' Thomas Dodge to Miss Betsey Smith Ocf^ 24, 1819. 

M"- John Edgerly to Miss Mary Langley Nov' 6, 1819. 

M"- Nathan Smith to Miss Martha H. Pilsbury Nov' 4, 1819. 

M^ John Marsh to Miss Betsey Osgood Nov' 23, 1819. 

M>- Edmund Pilsbury to Miss Eliz*^ D. Barnard Dec' 1, 1819. 

M' Thomas Chapman to Miss Almira Robinson Feb^ 1, 1820. 

M'' John Dearborn of Durham to Miss Mary Watson of New- 
market Aug. 3, 1812. 

(N. T. R., IL 318.) 

Gen' James Hill born Decem"^ 31^' 1734 at Kittery. 

Sarah Coffin born July 11"' 1740 at Kittery, District of 
Maine. 

Married Jan^ 31*^ 1760 at Kittery by the Rev^^ John 
Rogers. 

Their Children were: 

Daniel Hill born July le*'' 1761. 

Sarah Hill born Jan^ 5"^ 1763, died May lO^*" 1819 aged 
56 y* 4 m. & 5 days. 

Mary Hill born June 2"<* 1764. 

James Hill born March 2"" 1766. 

Apphia Hill born Dec^ 4"" 1767. Died June 21«* 1770. 

Eunice Hill born May 28"> 1770. 



BIKTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 155 

Elizabeth Hill born Feb^ 22°'^ 1772. 

William HiU born April 7"^ 1773. 

Feby 3^^ 1774. Died Sarah, the Wife of Gen^ James Hill. 

Married again to Sarah Burleigh, widow, June 20*^ 1774. 
Their Children were: 
Hannah Hill born March 27"^ 1775. 
John Burleigh Hill born June ^''^ 1776. 
Joseph Hoit Hill born June 16"^ 1778. 
Benjamin Hill born Sep" 19'^ 1779. 
Deborah Hill born May ^''^ 1781. 
Apphia Hill bom July 4''' 1783. 
Mehitable Hill born Apr^ 2°'* 1785. 
Olive Rindge HiU born Jan^ V' 1787. 
Amos Shephard Hill born Novem^ 80"^ 1788. 
DeC^ 10"^ 1789. Died Sarah, the 2"'^ Wife. 

Married agaui to Martha Folsom, widow, Ap^ Q^^ 1790. 
Gen^ James Hill died Aug* 22"^^ 1811. 

June 7"* 1812, died Martha, the widow of the late Gen^ Hill. 

(N. T. R., II: 329.) 
Marriages by the Rev*^ Curtis Coe. 
Caleb W. Norris to Lucy Hall, Aug* 5, 1822. 
Nath^ Flood to Elizabeth MHes NoV^ 28, 1822. 

(N. T. R., II: 338.) 
Stephen Bordman bom in Newmarket July 5*'' 1777. 
Mary Blydenburgh born in Durham March 14"' 1784. 

Married at Durham, Feb^ 23''' 1804. 

Their Children are as follows: 
John Blydenburgh Bordman born Decem'' 6*^ 1804. 
Martha Millen Bordman born April 1'* 1807. 
WilUam Bordman born Ap' 10*" 1809. Died DeC^ 17*'' 1809. 
Mary Jane Bordman born Novem"^ 16"" 1811. 

Marriages by Elder John Adams. 
Jacob Burleigh Jr. of Newmarket and Miss Lois Mathes 

were married Feb^ 23, 1820. 

Marriages by Henry Wiggin Esq'. 
Nath^ Huntoon & Mary G. Meader both of Eppmg DeC^ 31, 

1822. 

(N. T. R., IL 339.) 
Margaret Frost Mead, Daughter of Jeremy & Mary Mead, 

born December 9*^^ 1794. 
Children born to Benjamm French Jur. & Mary his wife, viz*. 
Nathaniel Young French born July 20*^ 1810. 
Mary Jane French bom November 24*^^ 1811. 



156 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Benjamin Franklin French born May 9*** 1813. 
Joseph Young French born March 26''' 1815. 
John W. Shute, born in Newmarket March 21^* 1792. 
Mary Grover born in Durham Aug* 25"" 1794. 

Married in Durham by M^ Osbom May 10*^ 1818. 

Their Children: 
John E. Shute born May 26"^ 1819. 
William H. Shute born Oct^ 10*'^ 1821, and died May 2"^ 

1822 aged 7 months & 23 days. 
James G. Shute born July 14, 1823. 

William Tetherly son of Tho* & Wethern Tetherly now- 
living with John W. Shute was born Dec' 20, 1807. 

(N. T. R., II: 340.) 
Deaths in Newmarket m the year A. D. 1815. 
Daniel, son of David & Elizabeth Chapman Died April IS"' 

Ae* 32. 
Joseph S. Son of Cap* Hubarteous & Mary Neal Died Ap^ 

26"^ Ae* 27. 
Sarah Daniels Died May 2""^ Aged 65. 
Richard Glasgo, Died May 2"*^ 
Aphia, Daughter of John & Susan Willis Died 16"* June 

Aged 15. 
Daniel Hill J', Died at Savanna June 8*^ Aged 24 years & 

4 months. 
John M. Smith Died June 27"" Aged — 
Edward Hersey Died June 28*'' Aged — 
W^ Mary Neil Died July 11, Aged 60. 

(N. T. R., II: 370.) 
Amos Paul and Deborah Gilman were married March 4, 

1817 by Rev. Alfred Metcalf. 

(N. T. R., II: 400.) 
Marriages Solemnized by the Rev*^ Phinehas Crandal. 
Parker Johnson & Mary Johnson both of Portsmouth Jan^ 

19, 1823. 
John Perkins & Sarah Morrison both of Dover Apr' 20, 

1823. 

(N. T. R., II: 424.) 
Andrew B. Shute born in Newmarket March 21*'' 1794. 
Catherme Grover born in Durham June 29'" 1798. 

Their Children: 
Andrew W. Shute born May 4*" 1819. 
George Shute born Feb^ 4*" 1821. 
Giles Smart born Dec' lO*" 1775. 



BIRTHS, MARKIAGES AND DEATHS. 157 

Mary Bracket born Apr^ 10'*' 1782. 

Married June 28"* 1802. 

Their Children: 
Charles Smart born Dec' 12"» 1802. 
Elizabeth Smart bom March IS*'' 1804. 
Clarissa Smart born Ocf S^ 1805. 
Martha Smart born Jan^ 28"^ 1808. 
Caleb Smart born Sept^ 8"^ 1810. 
Mary Ann Smart born Nov' 11"' 1817. 

(N. T. R., II: 425.) 
Joseph H. Smith born Jan^ 16*'' 1766. 
Elizabeth Hill born Feb^ 22'' 1772. 

Married Oct' 17'" 1790. 

Their Children: 
Charles Hill Smith born Oct' 1^' 1791. 
Elizabeth Sophia Smith born June 20'*' 1793. 
Sarah Perkins Smith born July 19, 1795. 
Andrew Glidden Smith born Ap' 20, 1797. 
Anne Moody Smith born March 10, 1799. 
Maria Moody Smith born March 14, 1801. 
Anne Briant Smith born Jan^ 28, 1803. 
Joseph Moody Smith born Dec'' 27, 1804. 
Benj" Sias Smith born Feb^ 27, 1807. 
Mary Ann Smith born Apr' 12, 1810. 
Rhea Sylvia Smith born March 27, 1812. 
Calista Lucinda Smith bom Augs* 23, 1814. 
James Speed bom in Newmarket Nov' 29, 1786. 
Elsie Downing born in Newington Sept' 8, 1788. 

Married Sepf^ 10, 1810. 

Their Children: 
Abigail Speed born Dec»' 12, 1810. 
Margaret Ann Speed born June 10, 1812. 
James Nutter Speed born Nov'' 21, 1816. 
Augustus Downmg Speed bom Augs* 30, 1820. 
George W. Speed born Apr' 6, 1823. 
Susan Speed born February 5"' 1826. 
Elizabeth Speed born April 12'" 1828. 

(N. T. R., Il: 426.) 
Arthur Branscomb born Apr' 27'" 1789. 
Sarah Chapman born July 27'" 1794. 

Married Jan^ 20*" 1816. 

Their Children: 
Mary Hill Branscomb born June 28, 1818. 



158 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Lucy Ann Branscomb born March 29, 1820. 

Charles Henry Branscomb born June 16, 1822. 

Washmgton Lafayette Weymouth Born October 15, 1824. 

The births of Children of Charles Smart and Elizabeth his 
wife. 

Moulton Smart born Augs* 11, 1813. 

Charles Smart S'^ born May 9, 1815. 

W» Harrison B. Smart born Augs* 3, 1819. 

(N. T. R., H: 427.) 

David Chapman J-^ born May 2"'i 1776. 

Mary Lord born NoV^ 3"^ 1776. 
Married Feb^ 22"'^ 1798. 

Their Children: 

Nath^ Lord Chapman born Apr^ 5*^ 1799. Died Oct^ 5"^ 
1824, ag-^ 25 y. 7 mos. 

Mary Chapman born Ocf 22, 1800. 

Mary Louisa B. Chapman born Oct* 6, 1801. 

David Chapman born Jan^ 1, 1804. 

Elizabeth P. Chapman born Feb" 25, 1806. 

James M. Chapman born Augs* 5, 1808. 

Emily Chapman born March 7, 1811. 

John Francis Chapman born May 28, 1813. 

Lucy Lord Chapman born Sepf 4, 1815. 

George W. Chapman born Dec'' 31, 1818. 

Edmund Chapman born July 15, 1778. 

Susan Lord born Dec"" 22, 1784. 
Married Ocf 15, 1804. 

Their Children: 

Edmund A. Chapman born May 27, 1805. 

Ebenezer L. Chapman born Augs 1, 1807. 

Lucy L. Chapman born Sepf 27, 1809. 

Francis Chapman born Jan^ 12, 1812. 

Falkner Chapman born July 9, 1814. 

Francis Chapman born Sept'' 3, 1816. 

Nath^ B. Chapman born March 5, 1819. 

Susan Chapman born Augs* 13, 1821. 

(N. T. R., H: 428.) 
Marriages by the Rev** Peter Holt. 

M-^ Dan' Tuttle to Miss Judith French July 4, 1825. 

(N. T. R., IL 433.) 
Marriages by Elder Jacob Sanborn. 

M'^ David Griffin of Epsom to Miss Mary Gilman of New- 
market March 1, 1826. (N. T. R., H: 470.) 



BIRTHS, MAEEIAGES AND DEATHS. 159 

Newmarket July 22^^ 1828. Were married Mr. David Hart- 
well & Miss Joanna Drew both of Somersworth. 

Attest, Curtis Coe, Gospel Minister. 

A Copy James Coleman, Town Clerk. 

(N. T. R., II: 495.) 
Record of Marriages Solemnized by Rev'^ John Brodhead. 

Hon. William Plummer Jr. Epping to Miss Margaret F. 
Mead of Newmarket Sep 12"" 1820. 

Mr. John C. Fowler of Newmarket to Miss Mary Nutter of 
Newmgton April 4"> 1822. 

Cap* Robert Clark to Mrs. Hannah Fowler both of Newmar- 
ket April 4*'' 1822. 

Henry Wiggin, Esq. to Miss Olive Smith both of Newmar- 
ket Nov. 18, 1820. 

Mr. James Thurston to Miss Deborah Chase both of Epping 
April 5*^ 1822. 

Mr. Jonathan Davis of Brentwood to Miss Mary S. Tetherly 
of Newmarket April 27*^ 1822. 

Mr. Thomas B. Hall to Miss Mehitable Bennett both of 
Newmarket March 12"> 1821. 

Mr. Jeremiah Sanborn to Miss Mehitable Wiggin both of 
Epping Sept. 20»'> 1822. 

Mr. John Kelley of Exeter to Miss Mary Ann Henderson of 
Durham December 4"" 1822. 

Mr. Temple Paul to Miss Susan W. Burley both of New- 
market Dec' 8^ 1822. (N. T. R., II: 498.) 
Record of Marriages Solemnized by Rev. John Brodhead. 

Mr. Nathan B. Wiggin of Boston to Miss Deborah Went^ 
worth of Newmarket Jan^ 8"" 1823. 

Mr. Nathan Smith to Miss Sally Kenniston both of Epping 
Jany ^^ 1823. 

Mr. Noah Johnson of Lee to Miss Susan Kelley of Notting- 
ham Jany 13*'* 1823. 

Mr. George Robinson of Greenland to Miss Betsey Watson 
of Newmarket March — 1823. 

Mr. Henry Gilman to Mrs. Mahala Hersey both of Newmar- 
ket April 16^ 1823. 

Rev*^ Samuel Norris of Barre, Vermont to Miss Elizabeth H. 
Brodhead of Newmarket August 30"» 1823. 

Mr. Thomas J. Clark to Miss Priscilla C. Lang both of Strat- 
ham Oct. 12"" 1823. 

Doct. George W. Gale to Miss Ruth Wood both of Newmar- 
ket NoV^ 12"" 1823. 



160 NEWMARKET TOWN RECORDS. 

Mr. Theodore Hilton to Miss Polly Butler both of Deerfield 

Nov^ IQ"' 1823. 
Mr. Jonathan Fogg Jr to Miss Nancy Pike both of Epping 

Dec- 7"^ 1823. (N. T. R., II: 499.) 

Mr. Hall J. Jenness to Miss Mercy H. Tarlton both of New- 
market Feb. 24"" 1824. 
Mr. Asa Sanborn of Brookfield to Miss Judith Burley of 

Newmarket Feb. 24*'* 1824. 
Mr. Thomas Caswell of Barrington to Miss Betsy S. Burley 

of Newmarket August 1** 1824. 
Mr. Hamden Williams of Exeter to Miss Mary G. Smith of 

Newmarket Nov — 1824. * 
Mr. Chase Gilman to Miss Eliza Lawrence both of Epping 

Dec' — 1824. 
Mr. Hale Stephens of Newmarket to Miss Sally T. Tilton of 

Exeter Oct. — 1824. 
Mr. Wmthrop H. Clarage to Miss Lydia FuUington both of 

Portsmouth March — 1825. 
Mr. James Rundlett Jr. to Miss Eliza Plummer both of Ep- 

pmg August 30*^^ 1825. 
Doct. Nathaniel Batchelor of Nottingham to Miss Sarah Ann 

Hoit of Epping Sep^ 20, 1825. 
Mr. Rufus K. Seargent of Haverhill to Miss Hamiah Shaw 

of Poplin Sep* 25* 1825. (N. T. R., II: 500.) 

Marriages Solemnized by Rev. John Brodhead. 

Mr. Samuel Chesley 2nd of Madbury to Miss Mehitable 

Demerit of Durham Sep' 25"^ 1825. 
James Coleman Esq. to Miss Lydia Tredwell both of New- 
market November 24*'' 1825. 
Mr. Andrew D. Stockbridge to Miss Nancy B. Smith both of 

Newmarket December 4** 1825. 
Lieut. Benjamin Burley of Epping to Miss Elizabeth Ann 

Cilley of Nottmgham Nov' 7*'^ 1826. 
Mr. Daniel Emerson of Lee to Miss Sukey C. Dow of Epping 

Nov 21, 1826. 
Mr. Benjamin Winkley J' of Dover to Miss Eliza C. Hoit 

of Newmarket Nov 23"^ 1826. 

Rockingham ss. State of New Hampshire. Town of New- 
market. Newmarket Feb^ 5*'^ 1829. This may certify to 
whom it may concern that on this 5"^ day of Feb., 1829 Mr. 
James F. Sanborn of Sanbornton and Miss Mary E. Meserve 
of Newmarket were duly joined in Marriage as the law directs 
by me Samuel Kelley. 



FIRST co]s^gregatio:n^al church 

RECORDS, CONCORD, JS^. H. 
1730—1905. 



MAREIAGES BY REV. ASA McFARLAND, D. D. 

[Continued from Vol. VI, page 112.] 

1808. Jan^ 14.* Job Abbot of Andover & Lucy Chandler 
of Concord were married. 

Jan'' 21. William Preston of Rumney & Mary Herbert of 
Concord were married. 

Stephen Sargeant & Fanny Noyes both of Bow were 
married. 

Feb^ 16. Enoch Burnham of Paris, Maine & Judith Vir- 
gin of Concord were married. 

Feb. 17. Sam^ Knowlton & Sally Dimond both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Do. 23. Leonard Pratt of Needham, Massachusetts and 
Sally Noyes of Bow were married. 

March 10. Chandler Eastman and Abigail Chase Brad- 
ley both of Concord were married. 

Abner Farnum J"^ and Mary Martin both of Concord 
were married. 

March 14. William Hoit & Betsey Thompson both of 
Concord were married. 

April 10. Levi Hutchinson of Pembroke & Sally Paige 
of Concord were married. 

April 14. Ephraim Colby Ju"" of Hopkinton & Ruth 
Davis of Concord were married. 

May 29. James Emerson & Mehitable Robertson both of 
Concord were married. 

July 31. Isaac Blunt & Polly Eastabrook both of Con- 
cord were married. 

August 15. John Harvey of Dracut, Massachusetts, & 
Mary Straw of Hopkinton were married. 

August 25.f Marshall Baker & Naomi Hoit both of Con- 
cord were married. 

*Concord City Records give the date of this marriage as Jan. 24. 
tCity Records give the date as Aug. 28. — Ed. 



162 FIKST CONGREGATIONAL CHUECH RECORDS. 

1808. Sept. 13. Timothy Dow and Margaret Sawyer both 
of Concord were married. 

D° Jesse Carr Tuttle and Zerviah Abbot both of Concord 
were married. 

D° Henry Rolfe and Deborah Carter both of Concord 
were married. 

Oct. 11"> Abel Eastman & Sally Chandler both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Ocf^ 27. Robertson Ames & Sarah Thompson both of 
Concord were married. 

Nov. 6. Joshua Abbot J'' & Betsy Kimball both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Nov. 13. Smith Bachelder of Brunswick, Commonwealth 
I of Massachusetts and Sophia Bradley of Concord were 
married. 

Nov"^ 15.* John Hoit Durgin of Canterbury and Susan- 
nah Goodwin of Concord were married. 

Dec^' 25. William Gordon of Chester & Polly Gordon of 
Concord were married. 

Dec 27. John Bradley Ju' & Lydia Kimball both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Dec 29. Isaac Proctor Ju'^ of Hopkinton and Nancy Her- 
rick of Concord were married, 

1809. Jany 12. James Elliot and Betsey Colby both of 
Concord were married. 

Jan^ 31. Oliver Whitney and Joanna Currier both of 
Bow were married. 

Feb' 9. Seth Baker of Bow and Abigail Abbot of Con- 
cord were married. 

Marchf — Richard Welch and Betsey How both of Pem- 
broke were married. 

May 21. Samuel W. Lang of Boscawen and Mary East- 
man of Concord were married. 

June 6. William Hoit, Jr. & Betsey Hazeltine both of 
Concord were married. 

June 8. James Allen of Concord & Hannah Knowles of 
Pembroke were married. 

August 3^ Henry Sweetzer of Chester & Susan West of 
Concord were married. 

Sept. 4, James Sherburne of Wheelock, State of Vermont 
and Mary Eastman of Concord were married. 

*City Records give the date Dec, 15. 
tCity Records give the date March 10. — Ed. 



CONCOKD MAKRIAGES. 163 

1809. Oct. 5. Jeremiah Paige Raymond of Weare & Susan 
Gale of Concord were married. 

Oct. 15. Sam^ Butters & Elizabeth Eastman both of Con- 
cord were married. 
Nov. 15. Joshua Esty of Hillsborough and Mehitable 

Hoit of Concord were married. 
Nov. 23. Benjamin Edmunds of Warner & Nancy Sar- 

geant of Concord were married. 
Nov. 30. Chauncy Newall of Pembroke & Nancy White 

of Bow were married. 
DeC^ 3. Timothy Darling Ju"^ of Hopkinton & Nancy 

Hall of Concord were married. 
Dec"^ 19. Zebediah Famum and Chloe Abbot both of 

Concord were married. 
December. 21. Moses Famum & Esther Carter both of 

Concord were married. 
Dec"^ 24. Samuel Walker and Abigail Clough both of 

Bow were married. 
Dec"^ 26. William Carter & Polly Carter both of Concord 

were married 
Dec 28. Jonathan P. Webster of Boscawen & Janette 

Wilkins of Concord were married. 

1810. Jan^ 1. Moses Colby and Polly Dimond both of 
Concord were married. 

Jan^ 25. Alexander McColly of Fryeburgh, Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts & Mary Knox of Pembroke 
were married. 

Jan^ 31. Henry Oakes of Peacham, State of Vermont & 
Emily Mann of Concord were married. 

Feb'' 5. Jedediah Currier and Polly Whittemore both of 
Concord were married. 

Feb'' 6. Phillip Furbur and Mariam Currier both of Con- 
cord were married. 

March 6. Chase P. Griffin of Alfred, Maine, and Sally 
Farnum of Concord were married. 

March 19. Isaac Walker Cleasby and Polly Prescot both 
of Concord were married. 

March 25. John Bayley of East Greenwich, State of 
Rhode Island, & Betsy Emerson of Concord were mar- 
ried 

April IT**"* Thomas Baldwin & Ruth Chandler both of 

Concord were married. 
*City Records read April 7. — Ed. 



164 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1810. April 19. Stephen Darling of Hopkinton & Mehita- 
ble Emerson of Concord were married. 
May 7. Nathan Cole and Sarah Eastman both of Concord 
were married. 

May 10. Nathaniel Meservey of Concord and Phebe Aid- 
rich of Bow were married. 

June 20. Isaac Esty of Hillsborough & Sally Hoit of 
Concord were married. 

August 5"* James Buswell & Sally Davis both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Sept. 6. Keyes Powell and Polly Weeks both of Concord 
were married. 

October 14. Warren Lovejoy of Boston, Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts and Sary G. Hutchins of Concord 
were married. 

October 30. Jeremiah Upton and Jemima Sargent both 
of Bow were married. 

Nov"^ 4. Porter Blanchard & Nancy Souther both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Nov 13"^ Richard Webster & Rhoda Abbot both of Con- 
cord were married. 

NoV^ 22.* Caleb Smart of Hopkinton & Hannah Chand- 
ler of Concord were married. 

Dec"^ 16. Richard Worthen and Lydia Wheeler both of 
Bow were married. 

Dec' 24. Rev'^ Caleb H. Sherman & Sophia M. Parker 
both of Dover were married. 

Dec 27'** William Messer & Betsey Walker both of Bow 
were married. 
1811. Jany 16. Mr. Jeremiah Farnum & Miss Sally Hall 
both of Concord were married. 

Jany 24. Levi Clough & Lucinda Houghton both of Bow 
were married. 

Feb^ 28. Samuel Elliot Scales & Rebecca Farnum both 
of Concord were married. 

March 6. John Putnam of Hanover & Sally Heath of 
Bow were married. 

March 21. f Ebenezer Ball & Nancy Caniore both of 
Concord were married. 

March 26. Robert Ambrose & Sarah Cleasby both of 
Concord were married. 

*City Kecords read Nov. 23. tCity Records read March 26. — Ed. 



CONCORD MARRIAGES. 165 

1811. April 17"" Timothy Abbot and Lydia Abbot both of 
Concord were married. 

May 2. Caleb Currier and Lucinda Towner both of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 18. James Morgan and Fanny Rowell both of Bow 
were married. 

August 22. John Palmer of Salem, Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts & Mehitable Ambrose Page of Concord 
were married. 

Sep* 10"^ John Park of Groton, Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts & Anna Shirtliff of Concord were married. 

NoV^ 18. Marcellas Morril of Canterbury & Sarah Emery 
Bradley of Concord were married. 

Nov. 21. Alpheus Chickering & Sally Dustin both of 
Bow were married. 

Dec"^ 12. John White of Salisbury & Sophia Wilkins of 
Concord were married. 

1812. Jany 6** Abel Clough & Allice Ferrin both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Jan^ 19"" Edmund Carlton of Bartlet & Sarah Houghton 
of Concord were married. 

Jan^ 21. David Bailey George and Rhoda Chandler both 
of Concord were married. 

Feb^ 3*^ Ebenezer Hutchinson Ju"" of Lyndeborough and 
Betsey Carter of Concord were married. 

Feby 9"^ Thomas Wilson Ju' and Sally Thompson Colby 
both of Concord were married. 

March 12. Joseph Eastman Jr. & Judith Sutton both of 
Concord were married. 

March 19"" Benjamin Bailey of Plymouth & Ruth East- 
man of Concord were married. 

March 26. William Johonnet resident in Goffstown & 
Sarah Emerson of Concord were married. 

April 14. Wells Carter & Sukey White both of Bow 

were married. 
May 14. John Dane & Sarah Sutton both of Concord 

were married. 
May 19. Charles Hutchins of Sandbornton & Mary 

Thorndike of Concord were married. 

May 31. John Flanders & Rachel Abbot both of Concord 
were married. 

*City Records read January 1. — Ed. 



166 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1812. June 11. Capt. Andrew M^Clarey* & Miss Mehitable 
Harris Duncan of Concord were married. 

June 14. Thomas Puffer and Mary Gload both of Con- 
cord were married. 

October 1.** Hazen Virgin & Zubah Graham both of 
Concord were married. 

D** Matthew Nichols and Caroline Ance both of Concord 
were married. 

D° 29. Benjamin Elliot & Judith Colby both of Concord 
were married. 

D° James Connor of Boscawen & Susanna Colby of Con- 
cord were married. 

Nov. 3. Samuel Gains Eastman & Nancy Robertson both 
of Concord were married. 

Nov'' 12.f Eleazer Davis of New Durham and Phebe 
Johnson of Concord were married. 

Nov'^ 26. Ebenezer Lovejoy and Mary Sanborn both of 
Concord were married. 

Dec"" 2. Rev*^ Samuel R. Hall of Rumford, Maine and 
Mrs. Hannah Blanchard of Concord were married. 

DeC^ 17. Benjamin Emery & Sarah Farnum both of Con- 
cord were married. 

1813. Jan^ 20. Josiah Putney of Hopkinton & Apphia 
Kimball of Concord were married. 

Jan^ 25. Elijah Moses & Ruth Parker of Epsom were 
married. 

Feb^ 25. Moses Kimball Jr. of Number One, District of 
Maine and Lucy Osgood of Concord were married. 

March 3** Jewett S. Lang and Sally Goodwin both of 
Concord were married. 

March 11. Francis N. Fisk & Mary Emery both of Con- 
cord were married. 

March 18. Francis MorrilJ of Sutton and Mary Dimond 
of Concord were married. 

April 1. True worthy Morgan & Mary Clendining both 
of Bow were married. 

April 25. § Laban Paige and Nancy Davis both of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 8. Timothy Abbot Ju"" and Rhoda Johnson both of 

Concord were married. 

*City Records give his residence as Epsom. 

tCity Records read Nov. 3. JConcord City Marriages give his 

surname as Merrill. His publishment reads Morrill. 

§City Records read April 28. **City Records read Oct. 11.— Ed. 



CONCOKD MAERIAGES. 167 

1813. August 1. Samuel F. Clark and Betsey Alls both of 
Concord were married. 

Sept. 28. Chandler Lovejoy & Zuba Graham both of 
Concord were married. 

Nov"" 11. Robert Lake of Chichester and Hannah Noyes 
of Concord were married. 

Dec"^ 21** Bela Carter & Judith Carter both of Concord 
were married. 

Dec' 27. Jeremiah Paige and Ruth Shute both of Con- 
cord were married. 

1814. Feb. 1. Timothy Chellis and Polly Lovejoy both of 
Concord were married. 

Feb. 3. Isaac Hill & Susan Ayer both of Concord were 
married. 

Feb^ 8. Joshua Towle* of Limerick, Massachusetts & 
Clarissa Eastman of Loudon were married. 

Feb. 16. Benjamm Bigsby & Mary Cleasby both of Con- 
cord were married. 

March 7. Sam^ Emerson of Concord & Judith Silver of 
Bow were married. 

March 13. Coleman Goodwin of Rumford, District of 
Maine and Keziah Wheeler of Concord were married. 

April 12.f Isaiah Webber & Hamiah Davis both of Hop- 
kinton were married. 

June 7. Henry Kendall & Cinthia BuUen both of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 11. Joseph W. Clement & Phebe Wheeler both of 
Hopkinton were married. 

July 14. Ezra Elliot and Lucretia Welch both of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 31. Phillip Ferrin & Sally Cleasby both of Concord 
were married. 

Sept. 18. Samuel Fellows & Nancy Hains both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Sept. 27. Richard M. Kimball of Hopkinton and Ruth 
Emerson of Concord were married. 

Moses Abbot Jr. and Eunice Call both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Sept. 29. John Emerson and Hannah Nudd both of Con- 
cord were married. 

♦Concord City Marriages give this name as Jonathan Towle; the Pub- 
lishments end in 1813 and are not continued again until 1829, so there 
is no way to verify from them. Probably a record of this marriage can 
be found at Loudon. tCity Records give the date as April 11. — Ed. 



168 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1814. Ocf 18. Joshua Morse, Esq. of Hopkinton & Lydia 
Farnum of Concord were married. 

Dec^" 14. John Farnum and Miriam Dimond both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Dec^ 19. Levi Bartlett of Boston, Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts & Clarissa Walker of Concord were mar- 
ried. 

Dec 24. Cooper Frost & Sarah Trumbull both of Con- 
cord were married. 

1815. Jan^ 1. Ebenezer Tucker Ju"^ of Salisbury & Sarah 
Willey of Northfield were married. 

Jan^ 4. Timothy Furnald of Northwood & Mary Osgood 
of Concord were married. 

Jan^ 9. Francis Bounty & Friscilla Arlin both of Con- 
cord were married. 

March 9"^ Peter Hazeltine Abbot & Sarah Abbot both of 
Concord were married. 

March 12. James Buntin Ju"" of Bow and Catharine Ken- 
nison of Allenstown were married. 

March 16. Reuben Abbot 3^^ & Hannah Abbot both of 
Concord were married. 

March 19. Nathan Stickney & Martha L. Currier both of 
Concord were married. 

March 23^^ Ebenezer Flanders & Nancy Weeks both of 
Concord were married. 

May 14.* Enoch Nichols of Andover & Charlotte Powell 
of Concord were married. 

June 15. f Nathaniel Emerson Ju"^ & Mary Norton both 
of Candia were married. 

June 27. J Col. Warren Rawson of Mendon, Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts and Martha Bullen of Concord 
were married. 

July 13. Daniel White of Bow and Polly Carter of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 17. Samuel Carter & Ruth Cleasby both of Concord 
were mamed. 

July 28. John Rogers & Hannah C. Farnum both of 
Concord were married. 

August 31. David Carter & Betsy Elliot both of Con- 
cord were married. 

*City Records give the date as May 16. tCity Records give 

the date as June 18. tClty Records give the date as June 19. — Ed. 



CONCORD MARRIAGES. 169 

1815. August 31. Abijah Baily of Dunbarton & Mary 
Clark of Concord were married. 

October 23. Preserved Robertson of Weare & Mahala 
Kimball of Concord v/ere married. 

October 26. Isaac Danforth of Boston, Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts & Dolly Hutchins of Concord were 
married. 

Nov 16. Joseph Lowe & Fanny Abbot both of Concord 
were married. 

Nov. 30. Reuben Osgood and Dolly George both of Con- 
cord were married. 

Dec 4. Benjamin Berry & Lydia Fogg both of Concord 
were married. 

1816. Jany 25. Levi Abbot Ju^ & Elizabeth Dimond both 
of Concord were married. 

March 3^^ David Clough of Bow & Charlotte Vkgin of 
Concord were married. 

D° 5. Benjamin Little, Esq. of Boscawen and Persis Her- 
bert of Concord were married. 

March 14. Jeremiah Morgan & Abiah Colby both of 
Bow were married. 

D" 19. Winthrop Bradbury & Hannah Goodwin both of 
Concord were married. 

D° 20. Isaac Sargent of Boscawen & Rebecca Farnum* 
of Concord were married. 

April 29. Stephen Lang Ju"^ and Martha Flanders both 
of Concord were married. 

Aaron Sargent of Canterbury & Sabra Bradley of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 9. Josiah Furnel & Sophia Eastman both of Con- 
cord were married. 

July 16. Amos Morgan & Betsy Dunkle both of Bow 
were married. 

Sept. 23*^ William West & Mary Barker both of Concord 
were married. 

Nov"^ yth j)j, Jq1jj2 Sargent of Loudon & Sally Wilkins of 
Concord were married. 

Nov"" 7. Nathaniel Goss Ju"^ of Greenlandf and Pamelia 
Abbot of Concord were married. 

Nov 14. Samuel Hardy of Concord & Polly Arlin of 
Northfield were married. 

*Concord City Records give the name as Ferrin. 

tCity Records read, of Concord. Probably Church record is correct. 



170 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH RECORDS. 

1816. Nov> 14. Isaac Dow Ju' & Perney Gill both of Con- 
cord were married. 

D** Jewett,, Bishop of Concord & Eliza Dustin of Bow 
were married. 

Nov 25. William Simpson of Pembroke & Hannah W. 
Ferrin of Concord were married. 

DeC^ 11. Jacob Dimond & Rose Abbot both of Concord 
were married. 

Dec*' 17. Joseph Barnard of Hopkinton & Miriam East- 
man of Concord were married. 

DeC^ 24. Abiel Virgin & Nancy Brown both of Concord 
were married. 

1817. Jan? 8"^ Rev"^ Jonathan Curtis of Epsom & Betsey 
Barker of Concord were married. 

Feby 6. Benjamin F. Bussell** & Abigail Hoit both of 

Concord were married. 
Feby 20. Ezra Hoit & Abigail Ferrm both of Concord 

were married. 
April 10. John Carter & Philadelphia Aldrich both of 

Bow were married. 
May 5. Edward D. Lord of Epsom & Betsy Osgood of 

Concord were married 
June 22. Asa Wilkins of Wiscasset, District of Maine & 

Lucy R. Kendall of Concord were married. 
25. Rufus Danforth & Sarah Herbert both of Con- 
cord were married. 
Oct"^ 22. William Kimball of Portland, District of Maine 

and Clarissa D. Colby of Concord were married. 
Nov 3. Abel Baker* & Nancy Bradley both of Con- 
cord were married. 
Nov. 11. Jesse Garvin of Concord and Abigail Morrison 

of Pembroke were married. 
Nov. 13. Nathaniel Simpson and Lydia Elliot both of 

Concord were married. 
Nov. 27. William Kent & Catharine Hutchins both of 

Concord were married. 
DeC^ 25. John F. Elliot & Anna Fisk both of Concord 

were married. 
Dec' 26. Moses H. Bradley of Bridgewater & Mary 

Greenf of Concord were married. 

♦City Records read, Abel Baker Jr. 

tCity Records read, both of Concord. Probably the Church record is 
correct. **City Records read Benjamin T. Russell. — Ed. 



FiKST congregatio:n^al church 

RECORDS, ROCHESTER, N. H. 



BAPTISMS BY REV. JOSEPH HAVEN. 
[Continued from Vol. VI, page 120.] 

1780 July 25"" Juda Witheren, daughter to John With- 
eren, upon her makmg a confession of faith. 

Sepf 10"" Mary, & Anna Daughters of Joseph Page 

Sepf^ 17"^ John, Son to Joseph Haven 

Sepf^ 24"" John, Son to Wentworth Hayes 

Oct"^ 24*^ Oliver, Daniel, & Jacob Sons to Daniel Pevee. 

SaUy, daughter to Daniel Pevee 
Nov'' 12"" Josiah Durgen, upon his making a confession 

of faith in Christ 
Nov"^ 28"" Daniel, Son to Josiah Durgen William, Son 

to William Knight Lois Daughter to William Knight 

Charlotte, Daughter to Josiah Durgen 

1781 Jan'^ 4"" Moses, Son to Moses Weymouth Lydia, 
Daughter to Moses Weymouth 

March 25"" Abigail, Wife to Tho* Brown, upon her mak- 
ing a confession of faith 

April 28"" Elizabeth Daughter to Moses Roberts 

April 29"" Ezra, Son to Moses Roberts. Susannah Daugh- 
ter to Moses Roberts. 

May 20"" Nathaniel, Son to Alexander Hodgdon Ju"' 
MoUy, Daughter to Benjamin Hoit 

May 27^*" Jesse, Son to Ephraim Kimball 

June 14"" Theodore, & Samuel Emerson, Sons to Samuel 
Furbur Mary & Elizabeth, daughters to James Chesley 
Thomas, Son to James Chesley 

June 17"" Ahce, Daughter to Dea"" Jacob Chamberlain of 
the Gore. 

July 1" Sarah, Daughter to David Place 

July 7"" David, Son to James Horn, Dover Jonathan, 
Son to Benj. Furbur Mary, Daughter to Benj. Furbur 

July 19"" William Kingman, Son to Samuel Hayes of 
Barrington 

July 22*^ Roger, Son to Samuel Copps of Lebanon 



172 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1781 July 29'*' Tristram, Son to Joseph Tucker 
August 12"" Ephraim, Son to Ephraim Wentworth 
Sepf 9"" Nathaniel, Son to Stephen Jenkins 

Sepf 19"" Stephen, Daniel & Robert Sons to Robert M°- 
Crelus Esther, Elizabeth & Mary, Daughters to Robert 
M^Crelus 

Ocf 7**^ John & Moses Sons to Tho« Brown Elizabeth 
Daughter to Moses Hayes Jun'' 

Ocf 28'^*' Richard Furbur, Son to James Chesley 

Nov 14*'' George, Son to Abraham Waldron William, 
Son to John Kingman James, Son to Hinkson Mar- 
den of Barrington 

Dec"^ 23** Abigail, Daughter to Benj. Furbur 

1782 Jan^ 6"^ Rebecca, Daughter to Ebenezer Tebbets 
April 14"^ Rebecca, Daughter to Benjamin Forst Jun'' 
May 19** Hannah Furbur, grand daughter to Benj. Forst 
June 23*^ Alexander, Son to John Barker Moses, Son 

to Moses Roberts Tamesin, Daughter to Ichabod Hayes 
July 2'^ Daniel, Son to Joseph Hayes of Barrington Bet- 
ty, Daughter to Sam^ Hayes of Barrington 
July 3*^ Abigail, Daughter to John Bennet of New Dur- 
ham, offered to baptism by her grand parents, Robberts 
July 7**' Isaac, Son to Paul Jennes 

July 14** John, Ebenezer, James & Henry, Sons to Hen- 
ry Tebbets Charity, Susannah, & Sarah, Daughters to 
Henry Tebbets 
July 21** Mary, Daughter to Joseph Haven 
July 28** David Copps, Son to Joseph Page 
June 9**^ Deborah Walker, & Martha Bracket twin Daugh- 
ters to Cap* Parrot of Portsmouth, baptized at M^' Buck- 
minster's Meetmg 
Ocf 6*'' John Fabins, Son to Samuel Furbur Jonathan, 
Son to Jonathan Morrison Sally, (Wife of Jonathan 
Morrison) upon her making confession of faith Sally, 
Daughter to Jonathan Morrison Molly, Daughter to 
Moses Hayes Jun'' 
Nov 24*'^ George, Son to Benj Hoit 

1783 April 30**^ Lois, Daughter to John Mardin, upon her 
death bed 

May 16**^ Lydia and Sarah twin daughters of John Cate 
Elizabeth, daughter to William Locke Elizabeth daugh- 
ter to George Waterhouse Hannah, daughter to James 
Howard (all) of Barrington 



ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 173 

1783 May 26* Molly, daughter to Moses Downs 
June 12* John, Son to Ehsha Blake of Barrington 
June 29* Joseph, Son to Josiah Durgin Rose, daughter 

to W" Knight 
July 13* Isaac, Son to David Place 
July 16* Joshua, Son to Daniel Horn, on a sick bed. 
August 12* Mary, and Elizabeth Two Daughters of 

Sam' Winkly Jun"" Barrington 
Sepf^ 29* David, Son to Eben' Wentworth Anne, 

daughter to Ebenezer Wentworth 
Nov" 2^ Anne, daughter of Robert M'^Crelus. 

1784 May 9*^ Samuel, Son to Ephraim Kimball 
May 16* Lydia, Daughter to Joseph Tucker 
July 18* Hannah, Daughter of Ichabod Hayes 
August 15* James, Son to Dan' Calef Abigail, Daugh- 
ter to Dan' Calef 

Sepf 5* George, Son to Joseph Haven Edward, Son 

to Henry Tebbets 
Sept"^ 9* Mercy, Daughter to Timothy Davis, of the Gore 
Sepf^ 12^'' Peter Son to Daniel Horn of Wakefield Tem- 
perance, Daughter to Richard Hilton 
Sept^ 26*'' A child of Abner Hodgdon's, No Name 
Ocf 31** Noah & Isaac, Sons to Noah Thompson, adopt- 
ed by John Place. Hannah, daughter to Noah Thomp- 
son, adopted by John Place 
DeC^ 5* John, Son Benj. RoUings Sarah, Betty, & Mol- 
ly Daughters of Benj. Rollings 

1785 March 14* Solomon Perkins, aged 82, a Quaker, 
upon his making a confession of Faith, & desiring to be 
baptized 

April 10* Sarah, Daughter to Moses Roberts 
June 5* Stephen, Son to Benj. Rollings — A twin Nan- 
cy, Daughter to Benj. Rollings — A twin Richard, Son 
to Benj. Furbur. James & John Sons to Moses Hayes 
Jun"" — Twins 
June 26* Nabby, Daughter to James Chesley Martha 

Horn Daughter to Joseph Page 
July 3*^ Patience, Daughter to Stephen Jenkins 
July 17*'' Nabby, Daughter to Benj. Forst Jun'^ 
August 21^* Sarah, Daughter to Sam' Furbur. 
Sepf 4*" Lydia, Daughter to Ephraim Wentworth 
Oct"^ 2"* Samuel, Son to Jonathan Morrison 

1786 Jan" 17* John Canney Son to Robert M'^Crelus 



174 ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1786 June 4"* Lucy, Daughter to D'^ James How 
June 11"' Ezekiel, Son to Ichabod Hayes 

July 23*^ Abigail, Daughter to Elijah Horn 
August 6**^ Ephraini, Son to Ephraim Kimball. 
August l-S*** Rebecca, Daughter to Joseph Haven Bet- 
sey, Daughter to Abner Hoclgdon 
Sepf 3*^ Jacob, Son to Timothy Davis of the Gore 
Oet^ 30"* Stephen, Son to Tho« Pinkham. The Child 
taken by its grandmother Berry as hers, & offered by 
her to Baptism. 
Nov 8"^ Benjamin, Son to Nath^ Horn of Dover 
Nov' 14"' Jonathan, Son to Tho* Pinkham Deborah, 
Daughter to John Carr, & Lydia also his Daughter 
Sarah, Daughter to Moses Chamberlain 
NoV^ 17th Timothy, Son to David Corson 
NoV^ 20'" William, Son to David Corson 

1787 July 22^ James, Son to D'' James How Elizabeth, 
Daughter to Benj. Furbur 

August 5"' John, Son to Jonathan Morrison Mary, 
Daughter to John Brewster 

Sept"^ 2*^ Joseph Sceva upon his makmg a confession of 
faith. 

Sepf O"' Samuel, Son to Moses Chamberlain 

Sepf lO"* Tamzin, Wife of Moses Drown upon her mak- 
ing a confession of faith 

Oct' 17"' Ebenezer Garland upon his confessing his faith 
in Christ John, James, Ephraim, Samuel, Sons to Eben- 
ezer Garland Patience, Daughter to Ebenezer Garland 
upon confessing her faith in Christ James, John, Jere- 
my, Sons to Sam^ Mills Elizabeth, Daughter to Sam' 
Mills, upon confessing her Faith &c. Mary, Daughter 
to Sam' Mills Sarah, Daughter to Eleazar Ham Sam- 
uel Drown 3*^ upon confessing his faith in Christ Ste- 
phen Drown upon confessing his faith in Christ 

Ocf 28*" Sally, Daughter to James Chesley 

Nov"" 1** Joel, Son to Sam' Furbur Richard, Son to Rich- 
ard Furbur Jun'^ 

1788 June 1^* William, Son to Dea" Jacob Chamberlain 
of the Gore 

June 8'" Esther, Daughter to Benj. Rollings 

June 16"" Lydia, Daughter to Joseph Haven. Sally, 

Daughter to Nathaniel Heard 
August 31*' Mercy, Daughter to Elijah Horn 



ROCHESTER BAPTISMS. 175 

1788 Sepf 14"^ David, Son to David Corson Abigail, 
Daughter to Joseph Tucker 

Sept"^ 21** Rebecca, Daughter of John Knowles James, 

John, Daniel, & Ephraim, Sons to John Knowles 
Sept'' 26*** Relief, Daughter to Abner Hodgdon 
Oct"^ 19"* Pierce, Son to Richard Furbur Jun"^ 
Nov*^ 9*" Benjamin, Son to Benj. Furbur 

1789 Abigail, Daughter of Benj. Page 

May 3*^ Thomas Pickering, Son to James Burnham. Sal- 
ly, Wife to John M. Place, upon her confessing her 
faith m Christ 

May 31®* William, Son to John Knowles 

June 7*'' George, Son to James How 

June 14"* Isaac Buzell ) twms Sons of James Chesley 
Jacob — — ) 

July 23*^ Joshua, Benjamin, Samuel, Sons of Joshua 
Downing upon their confessing their faith in Christ. 
John, Elias, Ezekiel, William, Sons of Jonathan Went- 
worth, the two Eldest confessing their faith in Christ 
Nathaniel, Son of Enoch Bumham Mary, Mehetibel, 
Tryphena, Lois, Betsey, Daughters of Enoch Burnham 
Stephen, Son of Edmund Wingate Lydia, Daughter 
of Edmund Wingate Nicholas, Son of Ezekiel Ricker 

Sepf e**" John, Son of Benj. Forst Elizabeth & Phebe, 
Daughters of John Musset Place 

Sept^ 13"* Mary Allen, Daughter to Tho* Pinkham 

Sepf 20"* Stephen, Son of Moses Hayes Jun"- 

Ocf^ 18"* Hannah, Daughter of Eleazar Ham 

Ocf 25"* Robinson, Bracket, & Barnabas Sons to Benj. 
Palmer Patty, Wife of Benj. Palmer, upon making a 
confession of faith in Christ 

Nov"^ 1** Abigail, Wife of Silas Dame, upon making a 
profession of faith in X Sally, Daughter of Silas Dame 

NoV^ 15"* Polly, Daughter of Ichabod Hayes 

1790 Jan"^ 19"* Susannah Palmer, upon a Dying bed. 
Jan"^ 31'* Enoch Page, Son of Nath^ Heard 

March 1** Nehemiah Kimball, upon a sick bed, after con- 
fessing his faith in Christ 

May 2** Daniel, Son of Benj. Page 
May 9*** Mary, Daughter to Eleazer Hodgdon 
June 6"* Mary, Daughter of Joseph Haven Susa, Daugh- 
ter of Benjamin Rollings 



176 BOCHESTER BAPTISMS. 

1790 June IS*** John, Son of Dea" Jacob Chamberlain, of 
New Durham Gore 

June 27'" Norton, Son of Benj. Scates. Richard, Son of 

Richard Furbur Jun"^ 
July 7"^ Jonathan, Son of Ichabod Wentworth Nabby, 

Daughter of Ichabod Wentworth 
July IS'** Lucy, Daughter of Jonathan Wentworth By 

Rev*^ Benj. Thurston 
Sepf 27"" Dolly Berry, upon a Sick bed 
Nov^, 11*^ Aaron, Son of Amos Whittum Thomas, Son 

of Tho® Horn Molly and Betsy, Daughters of Thomas 

Horn 
Nov' 12**^ Lydia, Daughter of John Wentworth 

1791 April 26*'' Francis Nutter upon a Sick Bed, & his 
confessing Faith in Christ, & his parents also giving 
him up to the Lord 

April 30"* Dudley Wentworth, upon his confessing his 

Faith in Christ. 
July lO'** Dolly, Daughter of Silas Dame, By M"^ Robert 

Gray 
July 20*'' Martha Perkins, upon a Sick bed; her age 93; 

in her younger days She professed to be a Quaker. 
August 7*'' Daughter of Josiah Durgen. By M'' 

Hasey of Lebanon 
August 14*" Betsey, Daughter of Richard Furbur Jun"^ 
August 28"* Joseph, Son to Hatevil Knight, upon the 

parents making a confession of faith, renewing the cove- 
nant in their house, & promising to do it in publick. 

The child baptized was dangerously ill. Charlotte, 

Daughter to Elijah Horn 
Sept"" 11*" Joseph, Son to Joseph Clarke Elizabeth 

Mosely, Daughter to Joseph Clarke 
Sept'' 18*" Jonathan, & John Sons of Joseph Roberts 

Elizabeth, Daughter of Joseph Roberts 
Oct"" 2** James, Son of James Chesley 
Ocf 16*" Joseph, Son of Joseph Tucker 
Oct' 23*^ Mathias, & Joseph, Sons of Dudley Wentworth's 

Widow Nabby, Daughter to Dummer Farnum of Shap- 

leigh. 
Oct' 30*" Daniel & Elijah, Sons of W°' Leighton Hall 

Jackson, Son of D' James How 

1792 Jan' 25*" John Nutter (on a Sick Bed) upon his 
confessing his faith in Christ. 



GEOKGE HU:N^TRESS OF PORTSMOUTH 

A:N^D ISTEWraGTOlN^, IS^. H., HIS CHH^DREK 

AND GRAOT)CHn.DREN. 

By Henry Winthrop Hardon, A, M., LL. B., Late Professor of Law 
at Columbia University, member of the New York Bar. 

George^ Huntress was born, doubtless in England, about 
1647, for he deposed November 2, 1685 "about 38 years of 
age" (N. H. Court Papers, 1685-7, 163). He is first men- 
tioned in any New Hampshire record I have found when on 
May 16, 1676 he gave bail for his wife Mary Huntress (N. 
H. Court Papers, 1674-7, 381). He died in the summer of 
1715, for his will dated June 28, 1715, was proved August 
19, 1715 (31 N. H. St. P. 765.) 

In 1679 he had lands at Greenland (Thompson's Land- 
marks 16). In 1696 he was living at Bloody Point, now 
Newington, where he had a grant June 16, 1699 (7 Reg. 
157). He had a further grant of 40 acres there along the 
river near his house in 1709 (Thompson's Landmarks 86). 

He was a soldier in King William's War, 1696 (13 N. H. 
St. P. 239). 

Children, born probably all at Portsmouth: 

I. Mary,2 bom about 1675, died about 1760; married 
June 23, 1684, Henry^ son of John^ and Agnes Seward, of 
Portsmouth, ship-builder, born as early as 1674, died shortly 
before April 13, 1737, when his will was proved (14 N. 
H. Prob., 205). 

Children, bom at Portsmouth: 

1. Mart,3 married July 28, 1715 (23 Reg. 272), Jonathan Stoodley, 

of Portsmouth, born at Lyme, Devonshire, England. 

2. John, 3 of Portsmouth, boat-builder, born about 1697, died April, 

1785, aged 88 (N. H. Gazette April 22, 1785); married No- 
vember 14, 1723 (24 Reg. 17), Catherine Drew, of Deptford, 
England. 

3. Abigail, 3 born about 1700; married December 20, 1722 (24 Reg. 

16) Thomas^ Goodwin, son of Daniel,^ and grandson of 
Daniel, 1 of Berwick, Me. (9 Me. Hist, and Gen, Reg. 155). 

4. Hannah,3 born about 1702, bapt. March 3, 1716-7 (4 N. H. Gen. 

Rec. 101), acknowledged the covenant March 28, 1721-2 
(South Church rec.) probably on coming of age; married be- 
fore 1731 John Pucklinhorn. 

5. George, 3 of Portsmouth, boat-builder, born about 1704; died 

probably in 1758, estate administered 1769 (15 N. H. Prob. 



178 GEORGE HUNTRESS OF PORTSMOUTH. 

Rec); married November 15, 1729 (25 Reg. 117) Margaret, 
daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Poindextre of Portsmouth. 

II. George,^ of Portsmouth, born about 1680, died before 
June 28, 1715; married August 4, 1701, Sarah Morrill (4 N. 
H. Gen. Rec, 11, Pike's Journal). 

Children, born probably at Portsmouth: 

1. Christopher,^ married Mary . 

2. Elizabeth, 8 married November 7, 1725, Francis Merrill, of 

Portsmouth, born at Wenham, Mass. (24 Reg. 358). 

3. Deborah. 3 

4. George,^ of Portsmouth, inn-holder, born about 1704; married 

June 1, 1726 (24 Reg. 359), Elizabeth^ Seward, (Samuel,^ 
John^), born about 1705. 

III. Samuel,^ of Newington, born 1687, died April 20, 
1758, aged 71 (Thompson's Landmarks 37); married Decem- 
ber 20, 1711 (5 N. H. Gen. Rec. 41), Abigail . 

Children, born at Newington: 

1. William, 3 bapt. September 15, 1717; married March 15, 1747, 

Susanna Downing. 

2. Samuel,^ bapt. September 15, 1717; married January 4, 1742 

(27 Reg. 13) Mary Coleman of Newington. 

3. Abigail,^ bapt. September 15, 1717; married April 22, 1739, 

Phineas Coleman. 

4. George,^ bapt. November 2, 1718; married May 26, 1743, Mary 

Ring. 
6. Solomon,^ bapt. December 11, 1720. 

6. Elizabeth,^ bapt. April 7, 1723; married December 12, 1745, 

Samuel Fabyan. 

7. Paul,3 bapt. June 4, 1727. 

8. JosEPH,3 bapt. April 28, 1734; m. Dec. 25, 1755 Sobriety Tobey 

(Queen's Chapel, Portsmouth.) 

IV. JoHN,2 of Newington, N. H.; married about 1715, 
Mary . 

Children, born at Newington: 

1. Hannah, 8 bapt. December 9, 1716. 

2. JoHN,3 bapt. November 2, 1718. 

3. Tamsen,** bapt. December 11, 1720; married February 11, 1741, 

John Parshley. 

4. Mary,^ bapt. April 21, 1723; married June 7, 1741, Michael Mar- 

tin. 

5. Hepworth,^ bapt. December 13, 1724. 

6. Jonathan, 3 bapt. March 19, 1727; married February 5, 1747, 

Mary Walker. 

7. A child, bapt. December 17, 1732. 

V. Abigail,^ married July 22, 1714, Moses Dam (5 N. H. 
Gen. Rec. 42). The baptisms above mentioned and most of 
the marriages are from Newington Church records printed in 
Vols. 3 and 4 of "N. H. Genealogical Record," where are 
printed also baptismal records of children of Christopher^ 
(^G-eorge^'), William^ {SamueP}, Jonathan^ QJohn^) and some 
of a later generation. 



FEIEKDS RECOEDS, 

DOVER, :n^. h., mo:n^thly meeting. 



FAMILY RECOEDS. 
[Continued from Vol. VI, page 128.] 

Mordecai Varney; page 119; died 12, 4 mo. 1864. 
Mary Worster. 

Married out, 27, 3 mo. 1822. 
Their children, received by request: 
Sarah E., born 7, 2 mo. 1826. 
Elizabeth M., 25, 4 mo. 1829. 
Isaac W., 4, 2 mo. 1832. 
Anstrus R., 19, 3 mo. 1834. 
Beard P., 22, 11 mo. 1837. 
Hannah J., 2, 9 mo. 1839. 

(F. F. R., I: 119.) 
William Whitehouse; died 5, 1 mo. 1871. 
Louisa Canney. 

Married out, 16, 9 mo. 1829; received by request. 
Their children, received by request: 
Joseph, born 19, 10 mo. 1834. 
Sarah E., 11, 3 mo. 1839; died 23, 3 mo. 1841. 
David P., 3, 6 mo. 1841; died 17, 8 mo. 1847. 
Lucy Ann, 22, 2 mo. 1845. 
Joseph H. Canney; page 100; removed to Minnesota m 1852; 
certificate to Winneshiek Monthly Meeting, State of 
Iowa, 25, 6 mo. 1856. 
Ursula C. Bassett; died at Minneapolis, 22, 4 mo. 1866. 
Married at Wolfborough, 20, 5 mo. 1841. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Julia, bom 6, 6 mo. 1851; died 31, 8 mo. 1851. 
John Franklin, born m Minnesota, 6, 6 mo. 1854. 
Jacob Osborne; received from Seabrook Monthly Meeting; 

died 5, 8 mo. 1856. 
Almira Canney; page 100; married out afterwards to William 
Johnson. 

Married at Dover, 29, 3 mo. 1843. 
Their children born in Dover: 



180 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

George Albert, bom 12, 4 mo. 1844. 

John Elijah, 17, 11 mo. 1846. 

Abby Margaret, 29, 11 mo. 1848. 

Arthur Green, 4, 4 mo. 1851; died 25, 9 mo. 1851. 

(F. F. R., I: 120.) 
Samuel Dennis; received by certificate from Newport, R. I. 
Monthly Meeting in 7 mo. 1844; removed to Wolf- 
borough 1853; returned to Dover in 1855; died 8, 7 mo. 
1863, aged 67 years. 
Lydia N. Varney. 

Married at Sandwich, 3, 4 mo. 1842. 
Their children born in Dover: 
WilHam Brown, bom 18, 5 mo. 1844. 
Joseph Varney, 7, 4 mo. 1846; died 2, 10 mo. 1864 at 
New Orleans. 
James Locke; page 96; married out; was continued a mem- 
ber. 
Ellen C. Kimball; came in by request in 6 mo. 1843. 
Married out. 

Their children born in Rochester: 
Edward F., bom 4, 8 mo. 1842; received by his father's 

request 8 mo. 1844. 
Charles C, 15, 9 mo. 1846. 
Cyrus Jenness, ) received into membership by request 7 
Mary McDuffee, \ mo. 1844. 
Married. 

Their children born in Rochester: 
Ellen K. V., bom 4, 4 mo. 1844; received by her parent's 

request 11 mo. 1844; died 7, 9 mo. 1847. 
Sarah F., 6, 9 mo. 1846; died 16, 9 mo. 1847. 
Cyrus L., 10, 3 mo. 1848. 
Ellen F., 13, 1 mo. 1850. 
Daniel F., 16, 10 mo. 1856. 
George I., 13, 12 mo. 1859. 

(F. F. R., I: 121.) 
David S. Bedee; married out; was continued a member. 
Elizabeth Varney; received by request 5 mo. 1844. 
Married out, 6, 12 mo. 1835. 
Their children: 
Eliza Ann, born 29, 10 mo. 1837. 
Mary Almena, 5, 10 mo. 1830. 
Reuben V., 16, 8 mo. 1841. 
Sarah Jane, 18, 5 mo. 1843. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 181 

Caroline E., 4, 7 mo. 1846; died 30, 11 mo. 1847. 
Caroline E., 8, 12 mo. 1847. 
David O., 6 mo. 1849. 
Cyrene M, 3, 4 mo. 1853. 

First four children received as members 8 mo. 1845. 
Alfred D. KeUy, born 29, 4 mo. 1819, Seabrook. 
Abigail Sawyer, born 5, 2 mo. 1818; page 91. 
Married at Amesbury, 4, 11 mo. 1841. 
Their children, first two born in Rochester: 
WiUiam A., born 24, 12 mo. 1842; died 3, 10 mo. 1843. 
Mary Alice, 16, 7 mo. 1844. 
Susan A., 13, 5 mo. 1846; died 22, 10 mo. 1850. 
Abigail M., 19, 11 mo. 1848; died 17, 7 mo. 1849. 
William P., 15, 4 mo. 1851; died 8, 10 mo. 1851. 
Levi Meader; page 95. 
Amanda Eastman, came in by request. 
Married 24, 12 mo. 1837. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Stephen C, born 14, 12 mo. 1840. 
Valentine E., 8, 7 mo. 1842. 
Charles H., 10, 3 mo. 1844; died 30, 9 mo. 1870. 
Sarah F., 23, 6 mo. 1845. 
George E., 2, 2 mo. 1847. 
Julia E., 22, 8 mo. 1848. 
John E., 29, 8 mo. 1850. 
Benjamin H., 22, 10 mo. 1853; died 7, 12 mo. 1855. 

(F. F. R., I: 122.) 
Joseph M. Hanson; page 91. 

Mehitable Meader; page 95; died 15, 12 mo. 1862. 
Married at Rochester, [July 2. 1846]. 
Their children bom in Rochester: 
Hannah M., born 25, 6 mo. 1847. 
Sarah Elizabeth, 20, 2 mo. 1850. 
Walter Roberts. 
Mary Elkins. 

Married at New Durham, 3, 10 mo. 1838. 
Their children: 
Mary Eliza, bom 15, 8 mo. 1839. 
Olney T., 2, 2 mo. 1841. 
Lewis, 14, 12 mo. 1842. 
Olive Ann, 16, 6 mo. 1844. 
Eunice Elma, 6, 6 mo. 1847. 
James W., 1, 5 mo. 1849. 



182 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Amasa Chase. 
Lydia Header. 

Married at Dover, 15, 10 mo. 1846. 
Their children bom in Dover: 
Phebe M., born 9, 2 mo. 1850. 
Henry V., 27, 4 mo. 1852. 

Family removed to Spring Creek Monthly Meeting, Iowa, 
3 mo. 1854 with certificate. (F. F. R., I: 123.) 

Daniel Leigh ton; page 117; he was continued a member; 

removed to Rhode Island. 
Abigail Furbur, born 7, 12 mo. 1805; she came in by request 
with their two children. 

Married out, 30, 9 mo. 1835. 
Their children: 
William S., born 14, 8 mo. 1838. 
John, 27, 9 mo. 1844. 
Stephen Jenkins; page 58; married out; he was continued a 

member. 
Sarah Ann K. Hill, born 15, 2 mo. 1817; came m by request. 
Married out, 19, 10 mo. 1842. 

Their children born in Madbury, first two received as 
members by request of their parents: 
Ellen A., born 31, 8 mo. 1843. 
Edwin L., 2, 8 mo. 1845. 
Lydia, 1, 7 mo. 1852. 
Emma, 9, 4 mo. 1854. 
Charles Edward Jenkins; page 109. 
Adeline E. Jenkins; page 107. 
Married 23, 3 mo. 1854. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Mary E., born 30, 12 mo. 1854. 
Arabella A., 24, 11 mo. 1857. 
Abbie Juliette, 5, 12 mo. 1859. 

William Arthur, 24, 1 mo. 1862. (F. F. R., I: 124.) 

Elijah Peaslee, born 9, 2 mo. 1799. 

Abigail Gove, bom 15, 12 mo. 1801; died 26, 8 mo. 1852. 
Married in Vermont, 1, 2 mo. 1824. 
Their children: 
Moses G., born 9, 11 mo. 1824. 
Jonathan, 9, 11 mo. 1826; died 9 mo. 1838. 
Amos, 3, 9 mo. 1829. 

Mary H., 2, 4 mo. 1832; married Stephen Roberts; page 
110 and removed to Minnesota. 



FAMILY KECOEDS. 183 

Lydia A., 27, 9 mo. 1838; died 26, 6 mo. 1857. 

Married second at Rochester, 28, 12 mo. 1854 to 
Sarah G. Dow, bom 24, 4 mo. 1815. 
Their child bom in Rochester: 
Henry Wheeler, born 8, 11 mo. 1855. 
Ira T. Jenkins; page 104. 
Lydia E. Varney. 

Married at Sandwich, 18, 6 mo. 1857. 
Their children born in Madbury: 
William Penn, born 1, 7 mo. 1858. 
Edward V., 15, 12 mo. 1862. 
Henry EUwood, 3, 3 mo. 1865. 

Charles Ernest, 11, 11 mo. 1868. (F. F. R., I: 125.) 
Thomas H. Evans; came in by request. 
Anna M. Roberts; page 112. 

Married 30, 7 mo. 1857. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Sarah Florianna, born 5, 12 mo. 1858. 
Jesse Winslow, 22, 5 mo. 1862. 
Albert C. HiU. 

Sarah Ann Purinton; page 109. 
Married 7, 8 mo. 1860. 
Their child born in Dover: 
Frederick Emmett, born 2, 10 mo. 1866. 

(F. F. R., I: 126.) 



NAMES OF PERSONS RECEIVED. 

Elisha Purinton, certificate dated 21, 4 mo. 1759; removed 
to Falmouth, certificate 22, 8 mo. 1761. 

Silas Rogers, from Hampton, 19, 6 mo. 1762; removed to 
Hampton, 20, 2 mo. 1779. 

Nathaniel Varney, Jr., from Salem, 19, 2 mo. 1763; certificate 
to Oblong, 19, 6 mo. 1779. 

Amos Peaslee, from Hampton, 18, 6 mo. 1763; page 38; died 
28, 6 mo. 1787. 

Stephen Purinton, from Hampton, 18, 8 mo. 1770; page 50. 

Enoch Peaslee, from Hampton, 23, 1 mo. 1773; page 49. 

Aaron Rogers, from Hampton, 18, 1 mo. 1778; page 58. 

Abner Hill, from Salem, 21, 3 mo. 1778; removed to Pem- 
broke Mo. Meeting. 

Isaac Varney, from Salem, 21, 10 mo. 1780; page 61. 

Obadiah Whittier, from Hampton; page 71. 



184 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Jonathan Bedee, from Hampton, 19, 8 mo. 1786; page 71. 
Joseph Peaslee, from Salem, 23, 4 mo. 1768; page 46; cert. 

to Hampton, 20, 11 mo. 1784. 
Thomas Nichols, from Salem, 17, 8 mo. 1771; page 50. 
Moses Dow, from Hampton, 22, 12 mo. 1759; page 36. 
Elisha Purinton, from Salem, 18, 7 mo. 1767; page 45. 
Briant Morten, from Falmouth, 23, 8 mo. 1788; page 75. 
Sunon Green, from Seabrook, 21, 3 mo. 1795; page 79. 
David Gove, from Weare, 1797; page 89. 
Solomon Hoit, from Weare, 1796; page 90. 
John Dow, from Vassalborough, 1800; page 90. 
Gideon C. Smith, from Providence Meeting, 25, 5 mo. 1825; 

page 108; removed. 
Aza Arnold, from Providence, 29, 6 mo. 1825; page 108; 

removed. 
Noah Varney and wife^ Sandwich; died 24, 10 mo. 1866. 
Lydia Varney, J died 15, 3 mo. 1870. 

(F. F. R., I: 65.) 



NAMES OF PERSONS ACCEPTED. 

Gilbert Earl, accepted 20, 12 mo. 1760. 

Charles Rundlet, accepted 19, 1 mo. 1771. 

Ebenezer Thompson, Berwick, 23, 2 mo. 1771; disowned 6 

mo. 1791. 
Jonathan Dame of Rochester, 23, 10 mo. 1773; died 3, 1 mo. 

1802. 
Jonathan Leighton, 23, 9 mo. 1775; page 58. 
John Folsom, page 59, \ 

Benjamin Folsom, > 22, 3 mo. 1777. By their father's 

Samuel Folsom, ) request. 

Richard Dame of Rochester, 18, 4 mo. 1778; page 60. 
Nathan Beede of Sandwich, 23, 10 mo. 1779; page 67. 
William Brown of Dover, 18, 3 mo. 1780; page 68. 
John Snell, 24, 7 mo. 1780; page 61. 
Joseph Meader of Rochester, 23, 9 mo. 1780; page 68. 
Marble Osborne of Dover, 23, 6 mo. 1781; page 61. 
Benjamin Scribner of Sandwich, 23, 8 mo. 1783; page 67. 
Aaron Beede, Sandwich, 19, 6 mo. 1784; page 72. 
Benjamin Bean, Sandwich, 19, 6 mo. 1784; page 72. 
James Boice of Berwick, 21, 5 mo. 1785. 
John Rundlet, of Lee, received by his father's request 19, 7 

mo. 1777; disowned 21, 7 mo. 1787. 



FAMILY EECORDS. 185 

David Rundlet, of Lee, received by his father's request 19, 

7 mo. 1777; disowned 17, 11 mo. 1781. 
Cyrus Beede, Sandwich, 18, 9 mo. 1792; page 77. 
Daniel Plumer of Berwick, 23, 3 mo. 1793; page 78. 
Richard Jones of Gihnanton, 1 mo. 1796. 
Gideon Bean of Gihnanton, 1 mo. 1796; died 2 mo. 1823. 
Joseph Clifford of Gilmanton, 1 mo. 1796; died 1 mo. 1824. 
David Roberts, Rochester, 7 mo. 1796; page 81. 
Joseph Bickford, Rochester; page 51. 
Jacob Tucker, Gilmanton; page 112. 
Ezekiel Hoit, Gilmanton; page 112. 
EUphalet Vamey, Sandwich. 

Andrew Wiggin, Sandwich, 18, 2 mo. 1797; page 92. 
Thomas Stackpole, Berwick; page 91. 
Samuel Nason, Dover, page 88. 
Daniel Hanson, Berwick, 6 mo. 1800. 
James Jones, Gilmanton, 22, 10 mo. 1800. 
Peter Bunker, Winter Harbor, 1801. 
Gershom Lord of Lebanon, 1801. 

James Jones, Jr., Gilmanton, 27, 9 mo. 1798; page 97. 
Nicholas Jones, Gilmanton, 27, 9 mo. 1798; page 99. 
Edmund Tebbets, Farmington, 25, 10 mo. 1798; died 6, 3 

mo. 1817. 
Edward Locke, Barnstead, 1802; page 96. 
John Hanson, Jun'', 1807. 

Jacob Varney, Farmington, 12 mo. 1807. (F. F. R., I: 63.) 
Richard Mudget, Gilmanton, 1808; disowned. 
John Ham 3'* of Dover, 1811; disowned; restored in 1844. 
Jeremiah Bean, Alton, 1811; page 99. 
Isaac Wendell, Dover; page 105; disowned. 
John Guppy, Dover; page 111; disowned. 
Jonathan D. Roberts, Farmington; page 99; disowned. 
Stephen Varney, Farmington; page 98. 
Daniel Lowell, Gilmanton, 1814; died 9 mo. 1820. 
Aaron Roberts, 1815; died 2 mo. 1854. 
Humphrey Brackett; moved to Berwick; disowned. 
John Murray. 

Daniel Jenness, born 25, 8 mo. 1772; died 25, 1 mo. 1847. 
Mary Ann Colomy, received 26, 6 mo. 1867; died 11, 9 mo. 

1867, aged 27 yrs., 8 mo. 11 days. (F. F. R., I; 64.) 
Deborah S. Jacobs; died 28, 10 mo. 1821. (F. F. R., I: 66.) 



Here ends Volume 1, of Friends Family Records. — Ed. 



INSCRIPTIONS FROM THE WALDRON 
CEMETERY, DOVER, N. H. 



[The Waldron Cemetery is one of the oldest in Dover. It is not cer- 
tain when the first person was buried in this cemetery, but probably 
as early as 1650. It appears to have been on land originally granted to 
Major Richard Waldron and was used by the families in the neighbor- 
hood. It once covered more than one acre of land, but many years ago 
from time to time, it was encroached upon for house lots, a church and 
streets until it is now not more than half its original size. It was here 
that many of the early settlers of Cochecho were buried; it was here 
too that scores of others, loved ones of generations ago and some 
few of later years, were tenderly laid at rest until the cemetery is liter- 
ally full of graves. But few of the graves were marked with stones 
having inscriptions, and with those few neglect and the hand of time 
has rested heavily. Less than a score of inscribed stones are left. — Ed.] 

Col. Tho. Westbeook Waldron, 

died April 3, 1785 aged 64 years. 

He was the son of 

Ho7i. Richard Waldron, 

who was a grandson of 

Major Richard Waldron, 

President of the Province of N. H. 

S^ one of the first settlers of Cochecho, 

now Dover, in 1635. He was killed hy 

the Indians S^ buried near this spot in 

1689. 



Mrs. Constant Waldron 

wife of 

Col. Tho. W. Waldron, 

died Sept. 25, 1783, aged Jf9 yrs. 

Within this yard are also 

intered the remains of 

William, Charles & Samuel 

Waldron & Eleanor Smith 

children of 

Tho. W. Waldron & Geo. Waldron 

brother of 

Tho. W. Waldron. 



INSCRIPTIONS FROM THE WALDRON CEMETERY. 187 



Vivit Post Funera Virtus. 

Daniel Waldron, Esq. 

formerly a merchant in Portsmouth. 

He removed to this his native Town^ 

iri 1811, where he resided until his 

death, Jan. 29, 1821, aged 4^ years. 

He was a son of 

Col. Thomas W. Waldron, 

^ was highly esteemed for his many 

virtues ^ generous friendships. 



ABIGAIL WALKER, 

widow of 
DAVID BOARDMAN, 

and afterwards of 

MARK WALKER, 

Bom Dec. 14, 1770, 

Died Dec. 30, 1857, 

B.. 87. 

The youngest daughter of 

THOMAS W. WALDRON, 

and sister of 

DANIEL WALDRON. 

Beloved and respected hy all. 

[^Her memory 

will he forever cherished hy her 

[jposterity. 



BENJAMIN BOARDMAN 
BORN 

Nov. 13, 1798, 

DIED 
Oct. 5, 1856. 



IN 

Memory of 

HARRIET 

daughter of Benjamin 

«St Clarissa Boardman 

who died 

Oct. 11, 1832, 

aged 1 mo. & 7 days. 



SACRED 
TO 

The memory of 

Mr. JAMES SMITH 

who died 

Aug. 15, 1811, 

aged 50 yi-s. 



SACRED 

To the memory of 
Mrs. ELEANOR SMITH 

wife of 

Mr. James Smith; and 

second daughter of 

the late Honorable 

Thomas Westhrook Waldron 

of this Town 

who died Dec. 4, 1792, 

aged 26 years. 



HERE LYETH 

Y« BODY OF 

NATHANIEL HERD 

AGED 31 

YEARS DYED 

APRILL Y« 3 

1700. 



JOHN HAM 
DIED 

4th. Mo 22d 1860, 

^t. 81. 



188 INSCRIPTIONS FROM THE WALDRON CEMETERY 



MERCY 

WIFE OF 

JOHN HAM 

DIED 

4th. Mo 24d 1836, 

^t. 50. 



In Memory of 

EDWARD, 

son of John ^ 

Mercy Ham^ 

uho died 

Sept. 2, 1839. 

aged 26 yrs. 



In memory of 
HALL, 

son of John ^ 

Mercy Ham, 

who died 

May 27, 1840, 

aged 36 yrs. 



SARAH 

wife of 
HALL HAM, 

died 

Apr, 7, 1865, 

^t. 62. 

Her memory lives. 



MARTHA R. 

daughter of Hall & 

Sarah Ham, 

died May 4, 1842, 

aged 15 yrs. 3 mos. 



CHARLOTTE 

daughter of Hall 

& Sarah Ham, 

died June 9, 1843, 

aged 11 yrs. 4 mos. 



SARAH A. 

daughter of Hall 

& Sarah Ham 

died Aug. 8, 1844, 

aged 15 yrs. 7 mos. 



SALLY HAM 
DIED 

Nov. 30, 1867, 
aged 87 years. 



Miss 
BETSEY HAM 

DIED 
Jan. 29, 1843, 
aged 78 years. 



LIBRARY OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 
GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 

We are pleased to give notice that a new home has been 
secured for the library of the New Hampshire Genealogical 
Society. This library which, during the last six years, has 
grown from nothing to more than 8,500 books and pamphlets 
has heretofore been kept in a private house. The Trustees 
of the Dover Public Library, seeing the present value of this 



NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL LIBRAET. 189 

library and the great prospect it has of rapid growth and ever 
increasing usefulness as a reference library, have generously 
given the use of one of the large rooms in the Dover Public 
Library building to the society, as a home for the library. 
This room has ample shelving for double the number of 
books at present owned by the society, provided with glass 
doors and under locks and keys. The Dover Public Li- 
brary also furnishes heat, lights and clerk hire, free gratis, to 
run the Hbrary for reference purposes, the same as if the 
books were their own. The society does not part with title 
to the books and the agreement can be terminated by either 
side upon ten days notice to the other party. This arrange- 
ment is very favourable to the society; on the other hand 
Dover remains, as heretofore, the headquarters of the society, 
retaining its valuable library, and stops, for the present any- 
way, all thought of moving to Concord as a more central lo- 
cation. There can be no question but what Dover is the 
center of all genealogical interest and research in this state. 
We believe that within a radius of twenty-five miles from 
Dover City Hall there are more people interested in geneal- 
ogy than in all the remainder of New Hampshire. It seems 
fitting, then, that the New Hampshire Genealogical Society 
should remain at Dover. 

If the present plans and objects of the society are carried 
out, the near future will find the society in possession of the 
most valuable connected genealogical records and data in the 
state. A specialty is made of collecting everything of a gen- 
ealogical or historical nature pertaining to New Hampshire, 
and now that the society has such nice and ample accommo- 
dations for its library' we shall expect every member, and 
every person interested in New Hampshire genealogy, to help 
us collect books or contribute, in books or money, for the 
library. We hope that the accessions to the library during 
the year 1910 will reach more than one thousand volumes. 
Our want list will begin again in the next number and be 
continued from time to time. There is no better way to di- 
rect the efforts of those persons interested in securing books 
for the library than in a want list. 

We are especially pleased at the bright prospects apparent- 
ly ahead of the society and its library. Let all who are inter- 
ested unite in one continuous effort to make the library first 
class in every particular, one of which we shall all be proud. 

Charles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



QUERIES. 

103. Darling. — Daniel son of John and Mary (Page) 
Darling, married Susanna, daughter of Ephraim and Hannah 
(Judkins) Webster, December 27, 1733, at Kingston, N. H. 
Their eldest son John born at Kingston, July 27, 1735, mar- 
ried March 2, 1758, in Kingston, Mary Sawyer. Whose 
daughter was she, when and where born and where did she 
die? They had two daughters, Mary Sawyer, bom March 14, 
1759, and Lydia, bom September 3, 1761. What became of 
this family? 

Rev. Josiah Darling (Methodist) married Mary Quint; she 
died April 26, 1822. They lived in Sanbornton and Orford, 
N. H., and had six children: Polly, married Harrison Dee; 
Hannah, married Peter Parker; Robert, Franklin, William 
and Joseph. Joseph was born at Orford in 1806, and mar- 
ried Rebecca Cobb. He died in 1896. Whose son was Jo- 
siah Darling? When and where was he born and where did 
he die? When and where were his children born? 

Isaac Darling, said to have been bom in Rmdge, N. H., 
and said to have brothers John and Carlos, perhaps others, 
married in Rockmgham, Vermont, November 16, 1802, Hul- 
dah Platts. They settled in Berlin, Vermont, where their 
first son Arnold was bom December 3, 1803. They had 
nine children. Isaac died in Walcott, Vermont and Huldah 
died in Montown. Who were the parents of Isaac, and 
when was he born, also the parents of Huldah Platts. 

Delia H. Honey, 

Albany, Vermont. 

104. Chase. — Am. Chase of Gardiner, Maine, married 

Redington and had children: 1. Charles; 2. a son; 

who were his parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters; also 
did he have other children? 

Andrew Chase, bom about 1735, lived at Uxbridge, Dudley 

and Charlton, Mass., had Esek, born in 1759 at Charlton, 
Mass. Who were the parents, grandparents, brothers and 
sisters of this Andrew, and where did he die? 

John Nicholas Chase, born 1818 in New York, married 
in 1840 Tabitha Pike Gould; who were his parents, grand- 
parents, also brothers and sisters? 



QXTERIES. 191 

Benjamin Chase, born in 1773; resided at Freetown, Mass. 
and Newport, R. I.; married in 1797 Abigail Briggs; they 
had eight children. Who were his parents, grandparents, 
also his brothers and sisters and where did Benjamin die?."w'.| 

Barzillai Chase was born in 1834; resided at Chaseville 
and married Sarah Chamberlam; had 1. Jessie; 2. Clara S.; 
3. Charles E.; 4. Edith E. Who were the parents, grand- 
parents, brothers and sisters of this Barzillai? 

Charles Chase married about 1862 Henrietta Eddy of 
Eddington, Maine; who were the parents, grandparents, broth- 
ers, sisters and children of this Charles Chase? 

Charles Chase, born about 1773, New Milford, Conn., 
married Martha Smith and had 1. William; 2. Oliver; 3. 
Charles; 4. Henry S.; 5. Russell; 6. Katherine who married 

Palmer; 7. Walter Jabez; who were the parents, 

grandparents, brothers, sisters and grandchildren of; this 
Charles and Martha. 

Consider Chase of Carver, Mass., married 1st in 1759, 
Eunice Tillson; married 2nd in 1780, Mary Record; who 
were the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters of this 
Consider, where did he die? 

David Chase of Wappinger's Falls, Dutchess County, N. 
Y., died in 1812; married about 1797 Catharine Phillips. 
David is supposed to have had brothers, Joseph and Ebenezer; 
who were the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters of 
this David Chase and where did he die? 

Russell Cady Chase married about 1830 Ann Wilson; resi- 
ded at Lockport, N. Y.; they had six children. Who were 
the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters of this Russell 
Cady Chase? 

Elisha Chase (had a brother Joseph) resided at Charlton, 
Mass., Ashfield, Smithfield, Madison Co., N. Y., and Bush- 

ville; he married Clemlus and had four children; 

who were the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters of 
this Elisha Chase? 

Roger Chase of Prince Edward Island and Calais, Maine; 
had 1. Jeriy; 2. Steve; 3. Albert; 4. James White. He mar- 
ried in 1840 Mary Rogers. Who were the parents, grand- 
parents, brothers, sisters and grandchildren of this Roger 
Chase, and where did he die? 

George Chase died in 1832, married Mar}^ Van Wagoner 
of Yonkers or New York City; they had 1. John G.; Hannah 
M.; 3. James M. born 1827 near Peekskill, N. Y.; 4. George 



192 DONATIONS. 

N.; 5. Andrew J. bom in 1828 married Margaret Chase; who 
were the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters of this 
George Chase, also Margaret Chase? 

Heman Chase married Pamelia and had Heman, 

David, James, and Jonathan born 1751 and married Jane 
Presley; who were the parents, grandparents, brothers and 
sisters of Heman Chase and where did Heman live and die? 

John Chase married February 8, 1858 and 

had 1. Isadore; 2. Eugene; 3. John; 4. George; 5. Joanna; 6. 
Lena; who were the parents, grandparents, brothers and sis- 
ters of this John, and where did he live and die? 

Joseph Chase of Jefferson County, New York, married 
about 1812 Onor Pratt born in 1792; no children; who were 
the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters of this Joseph 
Chase? 

George Ancestry, (M. A.,) 

P. O. Box 219, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



donatio:n^s. 

During the last three months the New Hampshire Genea- 
logical Society has received the following donations in books 
and pamphlets, for which I am directed to present the grate- 
ful thanks of the society. 



Donors. 


Residence. Number. 


Hon. George H. Adams, 


Concord, 1 


Hon. Henry S. Webster, 


Gardiner, Me., 1 


Miss M. B. Fairbanks, 


Boston, Mass., 2 


George W. Chamberlain, Esq., 


Maiden, " ' 1 


Mrs. A. C. Hall, 


Stamford, Conn., 1 


The Grafton Press, 


New York, N. Y., 1 


Mrs. Emma Finney Welch, 


Germantown, Phila., Pa., 1 


F. L. Pinkham, Esq., 


Wilkinsburg, Pa., 1 


Smithsonian Institution, 


Washington, D. C, 2 


Mrs. Ida May Law ton, 


Newport, R. I., $10.00. 


Total, books and pamphlets, 


11 


Number of previous donations, 


8,365 



Total, since incorporation of society, 8,376 

Charles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



INDEX OF ISTAMES. 



Abbott, Abigail, 162. 
Anna, 53. 
Asenath, 108. 
Benjamin, 110, 111. 
Chloe, 16.3. 
Deborah, 50, 104. 
Dorcas, 50. 
Elizabeth, 105. 
Esther, 106. 
Fanny, 169. 
Hannah, 58, 108, 168, 
Henry, 105. 
Jacob, 105. 
Job, 161. 
John, 106. 
Joshua, 162. 
Levi, 54, 58, 169. 
Lydia, 104, 165. 
Mary, 111. 
Moses, 167. 
Pamelia, 169. 
Peter H., 168. 
Phebe, 55, 108. 
Rachel, 165. 
Rebecca, 107. 
Reuben, 51, 168. 
Rhoda, 52, 164. 
Rose, 170. 
Ruth, 7, 8, 105. 
Ruth N., 110. 
Samuel, 52. 

Sarah, 50, 107, 110, 168. 
Susanna, 55. 
Thomas, 106. 
Timothy, 165, 166. 
Zerviah, 162. 
Adams, Abigail, 1. 
Alexander, 1. 
Ann, 1. 
Anne, 4. 
Avis, 1, 3. 
Elizabeth, 3, 134. 
George H., 192. 
Hannah, 1. 
Hugh, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 
Jane, 1. 

John, 1, 3, 4, 5, 156. 
Joseph, 3. 
Josiah, 5, 64, 133, 134, 135, 136, 

139, 151, 153. 
Katherine, 1. 



Adams, Mary, 1, 5. 

Mary N., 134. 

Matthew, 1. 

Nancy, 5, 134. 

Nathaniel, 134. 

Phebe, 4, 5. 

Rebecca, 4, 5, 134. 

Samuel, 1, 3, 4, 5, 134. 

Sarah, 6, 134. 

Solomon, 33. 

Sophia, 38, 134. 

Susanna, 1, 2, 3. 

Winborn, 3, 5. 
Aisten, Reuben, 136. 
Akerman, Amy, 45. 

Anna, 79. 

Benjamin, 77. 

Joseph, 42, 45, 77, 79. 

Mrs., 42, 45, 79. 

Samuel, 42. 
Aldrich, Phebe, 164. 

Philadelphia, 170. 
Allard, Aaron, 120. 

Bethena, 66. 

David, 70. 

Henry, 67, 147. 

Job, 70. 

Joseph, 73. 

Lydia, 75. 

William, 36. 
Allen, Bozoun, 3. 

Content, 81. 

Dorothy, 39. 

Eleanor, 115. 

Elisha, 116. 

Elizabeth, 3. 

Ichabod, 113. 

James, 162. 

Joseph, 75. 

Nathan, 75, 113, 115, 116. 
Alls, Elizabeth, 167. 
Ambrose, Abigail, 53. 

Nathaniel, 51. 

Robert, 52, 164. 

Stephen, 104. 
Ames, Abel, 56. 

Jacob, 137. 
Rhoda, 138. 
Robertson, 162. 
Sarah, 62, 138. 
Ance, Caroline, 166. 



194 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Ancestry, George, 48, 96,192. 
Andrews, Jediah, 145. 

Thomas, 145. 
Angier, Sarah, 10. 
Arlin, George, 54. 

Mary, 169. 

Priscilla, 168. 
Arnold, Aza, 90, 184. 

Elizabeth, 90. 

Samuel A., 90. 
Austin, Aaron, 54. 

Andrew, 18, 55. 

Catharine, 81. 

Deborah, 112. 

Elijah, 40. 

Elizabeth, 20, 82. 

Isaac, 39. 

James, 89. 

Lydia, 18, 150. ' 

Mary, 20, 54. 

Mary E., 89. 

Miss, 81. 

Nathaniel, 89, 150. 

Sarah, 21, 124. 
Ayer, Franklin D., 15, 16. 

Perkins, 70. 

Richard H., 111. 

Susan, 167. 
Ayers, Edward, 44. 

Eliza, 108. 

George, 154. 

Hannah, 44. 

John, 154. 

Mrs., 44. 

Thomas, 153. 
Babb, Benjamin, 65. 

Dorothy, 67. 

Elizabeth, 70. 

John, 65. 

Mary, 66. 

Richard, 65, 73. 

Sampson, 69. 

Sarah, 66. 

Solomon, 36. 

William, 69. 
Bachiller, see Batchelder. 
Badger, Giles, 141. 

John C, 141, 144. 

Joseph, 139. 

Samuel, 61, 143. 

Sarah, 143. 
Bailey, Abijah, 169. 

Benjamin, 165. 

John, 53, 163. 
Susanna, 110. 

Thomas, 109. 
Baird, Charles, 38. 
Baker, Abel, 170. 
Alexander, 172. 



Baker, Benjamin, 111. 

Charity, 147. 

Charles, 74, 113, 147. 

Elizabeth, 109, 140. 

John, 172. 

Love, 113, 147. 

Marshall, 161. 

Mary, 107. 

Philip, 111. 

Seth, 162. 

Thomas, 51, 114, 147. 
Baldwin, Thomas, 163. 
Ball, Ebenezer, 164. 
Ballard, Elizabeth, 57. 

Phebe, 57. 
Bangs, Caroline, 84. 

Charles E., 84. 

Cyrus, 83. 

Cyrus K., 84. 

Edward S., 84. 

Elizabeth, 84. 

Ellen, 84. 

Maria, 84. 

Mary, 84. 

Sarah, 84. 

Walter, 84. 

Walter S., 84. 

William J., 84. 
Banks, Gen., 130. 
Barber, Esther, 29. 

Robert, 29. 

Sarah, 137. 
Barker, Benjamin, 36. 

David, 33, 117. 

David T., 10. 

Elizabeth, 117, 170. 

George, 38. 

Helen M., 47. 

John, 117. 

Jonathan, 139. 

Martha, 10. 

Mary, 117, 169. 

William, 10. 
Barnard, Eliza D., 154. 

John, 10. 

Joseph, 170. 

Lucretia G., 58. 
Barten, Mark, 105. 
Barter, John, 137. 
Bartlett, Dr., 31. 

J., 60. 

John, 27, 60. 

Levi, 168. 

Mary, 31. 

Mr., 31. 

Nathaniel, 27, 60. 

Richard, 139. 

Samuel C, 12. 

Sarah, 5. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



195 



Bassett, Daniel, 25, 82. 

Gulielma M., 91. 

Hannah, 19. 

Hannah B,, 24, 127. 

Susanna, 25. 

Ursula, 82. 

Ursula C, 179. 
Batchelder, Elisha, 28, 31. 

Elizabeth, 32. 

Josiah, 28. 

Mr., 47. 

Mrs., 28. 

Nathaniel, 160. 

Sarah, 31. 

Smith, 162. 

Stephen, 32. 
Bayley, see Bailey. 
Beal, Hannah, 139. 
Bean, Abigail, 18. 

Anna A., 18. 

Benjamin, 127, 184. 

Cyrus B., 82. 

Darius, 82. 

David, 28. 

Dorothy, 127. 

Elias, 18. 

Elizabeth, 64. 

Elizabeth R., 86. 

Eunice, 18. 

Gideon, 20, 123, 127, 185. 

Hannah, 18, 128. 

Hannah E., 82. 

Hannah M., 18. 

Hannah R., 127. 

James, 18, 86. 

James R., 18. 

Jane, 20. 

Jeremiah, 26, 81, 86, 185. 

Joel, 18, 86. 

John, 86. 

Joseph, 26. 

Joseph C, 82. 

Lois, 18. 

Lucretia E., 18. 

Lydia, 18. 

Margaret, 127. 

Mary, 18. 

Mary H., 86. 

Mary W., 82. 

Samuel, 29. 

Sarah, 28, 127. 

Sarah T., 127. 

William, 29. 
Beard, William, 52. 
Beck, Elizabeth, 70. 

Joanna, 45. 

John, 70. 

Lucy, 77. 

Mrs., 46, 77. 



Beck, Samuel, 45, 77. 
Beede. Aaron, 184. 

Anna, 123. 

Caroline E., 180, 181. 

Cyrene M., 181. 

Cyrus, 185. 

David O., 181. 

David S., 180. 

Eli, 32. 

Eliza A., 180. 

Eliza J., 124. 

Eunice, 124. 

Hannah F., 124. 

Hephzibah, 26. 

Hezekiah, 26. 

James R., 124. 

John, 124. 

John L., 124. 

Jonathan, 123, 184. 

Mary A., 124, 180. 

Mrs., 32. 

Nathan, 184. 

Reuben V., 180. 

Samuel, 124. 

Sarah, 123, 126. 

Sarah A., 124. 

Sarah J., 180. 

Thomas, 32. 
Belknap, Mr., 118. 
Bell, James, 38. 

Samuel, 52, 
Bennett, Abigail, 172. 

Dinah, 137. 

Helen C, 59. 

John, 79, 172. 

Joseph, 80. 

Josiah, 137. 

Lydia, 137. 

Martha, 137. 

Mehitable, 159. 

Mrs., 80. 

Phebe, 137. 

Winthrop, 79, 80. 
Benton, William, 136. 
Berry, Ann, 68. 

Benjamin, 71, 75, 169. 

Daniel, 68. 

Dorothy, 176. 

Eleanor, 67. 

Ephraim, 75, 115, 116. 

Hannah, 95. 

James, 65, 75. 

John, 67, 70. 

Joseph, 68, 72, 120. 

Lois, 74. 

Lydia, 115. 

Martha, 120. 

Mary, 114. 

Mrs., 174. 



196 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Berry, Olive, 116. 

Stephen, 67, 70, 71, 74, 115, 
116, 117. 

Susanna, 75, 115. 

Triphena, 71, 115. 

Triphena D., 116. 

William, 69. 
Bickford, Elizabeth, 75, 117. 

Hannah, 74. 

Huldah, 113. 

Isaac, 33, 38. 

James, 72. 

Jane, 87. 

John, 35, 69, 73, 74. 

Jonathan, 70, 146. 

Joseph, 70, 185. 

Lemuel, 74, 115, 116, 117, 118. 

Mary, 70, 75, 113, 130. 

Moses, 39, 73. 

Mr., 99, 118. 

Patience, 71. 

Rachel, 73. 

Rebecca, 66. 

Richard, 70, 75. 

Sarah, 65. 74, 115. 

Temperance, 68, 116. 
Bigelow, Anne, 44, 

Benjamin, 41, 44. 

Lucy, 41. 

Mrs., 41, 44. 
Bigsby, Benjamin, 167. 
Bishop, Jewett, 170. 
Blagdon, Ichabod, 67. 

Lydia, 70. 

Rawlings, 72. 

Sarah, 69. 
Blair, Henry W., 130. 
Blaisdell, Abigail, 114. 

Eliphalet, 74. 

George, 7. 

John, 114. 

Jonathan L., 111. 

Julia A., 6. 

Mary S., 6. 
Blake, Elisha, 173. 

Esther, 33. 

Hezekiah, 26. 

John, 173. 

Jonathan, 26, 30. 
Blanchard, David, 104. 

Hannah, 166. 

Jotham, 43. 

Moses, 111. 

Mrs., 43. 

Porter, 164. 

Rebecca, 43. 
Bligdon, Katherine, 1. 
Blish, Abraham, 1. 
Blunt, Isaac, 161. 



Blydenburg, Mary, 155. 
Boardman, Benjamin, 187. 

Clarissa, 187. 

David, 187. 

Harriet, 187. . 

John B., 155. 

Lucy, 135. 

Martha M., 155. 

Mary J., 155. 

Stephen, 155. 

William, 165. 
Bodge, Daniel, 139. 
Bohannan, Andrev^^, 50. 
Boice, James, 184. 
Boody, Joseph, 35. 
Bounty, Francis, 168. 
Bouton, Nathaniel, 14, 15. 
Boyd, George, 42, 43, 46. 

Henry C, 43. 

Jane, 42, 43, 46. 

Submit, 46. 

Supply, 42. 
Boynton, Mary, 56. 
Boys, Samuel, 107. 
Brackett, Catherine, 153. 

Deborah, 140. 

Elizabeth, 139. 

Eunice, 138. 

Humphrey, 185. 

Jeremiah, 139. 

Lydia, 154. 

Mary, 157. 

Perney, 154. 

Samuel, 62. 

Simeon, 53. 
Bracy, Patience, 149. 

Penelope, 149. 

William, 149. 
Bradbury, James, 38. 

Mary, 143. 

Theophilus, 58. 

Winthrop, 169. 
Bradley, Abigail C, 161. 

Apphia, 49. 

John, 111, 162. 

Jonathan, 58. 

Martha, 107. 

Moses, 54. 

Moses H., 170. 

Nancy, 170. 

Ruth, 111. 

Sabra, 169. 

Sarah, 105. 

Sophia, 162. 
Bradstreet, Samuel, 50. 
Bragdon, Ivory, 40. 
Branscomb, Arthur, 157. 

Charles H., 158. 

Lucy A., 158. 



INDEX OP NAMES. 



197 



Branscomb, Mary H., 157. 
Bratton, Mark, 105. 
Brennan, James F., 48. 
Brewster, Daniel, 42, 46, 

David, 41, 44, 46, 78. 

Deborah H., 33. 

Elisha, 116. 

Eliza, 39. 

Elizabeth, 77, 115, 120. 

George, 42, 44. 

John, 45, 115, 116, 117, 118, 
120, 174. 

John F., 78. 

John G., 78. 

Mark, 46. 

Mary, 46, 78, 174. 

Mrs., 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 77, 
78. 

Sarah, 43. 

Stephen, 118. 

Timothy, .33. 

William, 43, 45, 77, 78. 
Briard, George, 79. 

Mary, 44. 

Mrs., 44, 76. 

Oliver, 76. 

Samuel, 44, 76, 79. 
Brickett, Barnard, 110. 

Nancy, 108. 

Thomas, 108. 
Briggs, Abigail, 191. 

Joseph, 90. 
Broadhead, Almena J. L., 63. 

Ann M., 63. 

Daniel D., 63. 

Elizabeth H., 63, 159. 

Epapras K., 63. 

John, 63, 153, 154, 159, 160. 

John M., 63. 

Joseph C, 63. 

Josiah A., 63. 

Mary, 63. 

Mary R., 63. 

Mehitable S., 63. 

Olive N., 63. 

Thornton F., 63. 
Brock, Thomas R., 107. 
Broughton, John, 44. 

Jonathan, 44. 

Margaret, 44. 
Brown, Abigail, 171. 

Amos, 106. 

Charles, 40. 

Daniel, 29, 32. 

David T., 86. 

Edward, 86. 

Elizabeth L., 6. 

Ezekiel, 32. 

George T., 86. 



Brown, John, 11, 86, 112, 172. 

Mary, 28. 

Mary A., 86. 

Mary L., 6, 8. 

Miriam, 29. 

Moses, 172. 

Nancy, 6, 170. 

Nathan, 106. 

Nathaniel H., 86. 

Sarah, 52. 

Thomas, 171, 172. 

Walter, 86. 

William, 52, 184. 

William H., 86. 
Bruster, see Brewster. 
Bryant, Anne, 64. 

Elizabeth, 57. 

John, 62. 

Mary, 61. 

Nancy, 112, 137. 

Walter, 137, 138. 
Bryar, Hannah, 50. 
Buckminster, Joseph, 79. 

Mr., 172. 
Buffum, Isaac, 17. 

Sarah, 17. 
Bullen, Cynthia, 167, 

Martha, 168, 
Bunkard, John, 57. 
Bunker, A., 92. 

Adeline, 93. 

Peter, 185. 
Buntin, James, 168. 

Martha, 111. 

Richard, 52. 
Burbank, Eben, 105. 

Elizabeth, 105. 

Samuel, 10. 
Burden, George, 145. 
Burleigh, Abigail, 137. 

Benjamin, 160. 

Deborah, 63. 

Elizabeth, 62,134. 

Elizabeth R., 134. 

Elizabeth S., 160. 

Henry, 133, 134, 136, 138, 151. 

Isaac, 138. 

Jacob, 137, 155. 

James, 138, 154. 

John, 151. 

Joseph, 137. 

Joseph L., 138. 

Judith, 1.38, 160. 

Lucy, 137. 

Mary, 137, 138. 

Mehitable, 136. 

Mehitable S., 151. 

Nathaniel, 138. 

Nathaniel R., 151. 



198 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Burleigh, Sarah, 34, 37, 155. 

Susan W., 159. 

William, 40, 136, 138. 
Burnham, Calvin S., 93. 

Elizabeth, 175. 

Enoch, 161, 175. 

James, 4, 75, 175. 

Lois, 175. 

Mary, 175. 

Mehitable, 175. 

Nathaniel, 6, 175. 

Robert, 139. 

Sarah H., 93. 

Thomas P., 175. 

Triphena, 175. 
Burt, Federal, 35. 
Buss, Richard T., 57. 
Bussell, Benjamin F., 170. 

David, 29. 

Elizabeth, 67. 

Izette, 66. 

Jonathan, 29. 

Judith, 32. 

Martha, 27. 

Mary, 32. 

Samuel, 32. 

Sarah, 27. 

Simmons, 29. 

Simon, 65. 

William, 27, 32. 
Buswell, Anna, 104. 

Benjamin, 54. 

Hannah, 109. 

James, 164. 

Martha, 56. 

Richard, 53. 
Butler, Edward, 43. 

Elizabeth, 43. 

Mary, 160. 
Butters, Samuel, 108, 163. 

Timothy, 112. 
Calef, Abigail, 173. 

Daniel, 173. 

Hannah, 31. 

James, 173. 

Mary, 27, 96. 

William, 27, 31. 
Calfe, Samuel, 140. 
Call, Eunice, 167. 
Cammet, Ann, 30. 

Silas, 27, 30. 
Camore, Nancy, 164. 
Canney, Almira, 82, 179. 

Anna, 126, 150. 

Deborah, 143. 

Eliza J., 82. 

Elizabeth, 81, 84. 

Elvira J., 126. 

Fox E. J., 126. 



Canney, Ichabod, 47, 143. 

James, 126. 

John, 82. 

John F., 179. 

Joseph D., 126. 

Joseph H., 82, 179. 

Judith, 150. 

Julia, 179. 

Louisa, 179. 

Love, 24, 122. 

Lucy F., 124. 

Lydia, 66. 

Martha, 67. 

Mary, 130. 

Mercy, 150. 

Richard, 143. 

Ruth J., 82. 

Samuel, 101. 

Sarah, 101. 

Sarah J., 101. 

Susanna, 66, 113. 

Thomas, 97, 130. 

Thomas J., 36. 
Capen, Ebenezer, 110. 
Carlton, Ebenezer, 104. 

Edmund, 165. 
Carpenter, Christopher R., 133. 

Elizabeth, 64, 133. 

Helena, 133. 
Carr, Anna, 31. 

Deborah, 174. 

Elizabeth, 31. 

Hannah, 30. 

Hepzibah, 94. 

James, 30. 

John, 174. 

Lydia, 31, 174. 

Margaret, 54. 

Mary, 51. 

Priscilla, 31. 

Sanders, 31. 

Sarah, 31. 

Solomon, 31. 
Carrigain, Martha, 54. 
Carter, Abigail, 110. 

Bela, 167. 

David, 168. 

Deborah, 162. 

Elizabeth, 165. 

Esther, 163. 

Hannah, 55, 58. 

Jacob, 61. 

Joanna, 54. 

John, 170. 

Judith, 110, 167. 

Lydia, 111. 

Mary, 58, 163, 168. 

Phebe, 105. 

Rhoda, 55. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



199 



Carter, Ruth, 50. 
Samuel, 168. 
Sarah, 55, 110, 112. 

Susanna, 108. 

Timothy, 57. 

Wells, 165. 

William, 163. 
Cartland, Anna, 20. 

Caroline, 20, 128. 

Charles S., 144. 

Elizabeth, 20. 

Gertrude, 20. 

Hannah, 20. 

Jonathan, 20. 

Joseph, 20, 88. 

Mary J., 20. 

Moses A., 20. 

Phebe, 20. 
Caswell, Thomas, 160. 
Cate, Abigail, 44. 

John, 172. 

Joseph, 40, 69, 79. 

Lydia, 172. 

Mary, 42. 68. 

Mrs., 42, 44, 79. 

Samuel, 42, 44, 79. 

Sarah, 172. 
Cater, Sarah, 68. 
Caverly, John, 44. 

Lydia, 46. 

Mrs., 44, 46. 

Richard, 41, 44, 46. 

Thomas, 41. 
Chadbourne, Hannah, 42. 

Humphrey, 68. 

Martha, 42. 

Thomas, 42. 
Chamberlain, Abel, 55. 

Alice, 114, 115, 118, 171. 

Ebenezer, 73, 113, 116, 117. 

Eleanor, 71. 

Ephraim, 67, 114. 

George W., 191. 

Jacob, 114, 115, 117, 118, 171, 
174, 176. 

James, 74. 

Jason, 113. 

John, 72, 116, 176. 

Joseph, 115. 

Joshua, 117. 

Lucretia, 73. 

Margaret, 115. 

Moses, 37, 174. 

Paul, 114. 

Penuel, 117. 

Samuel, 35, 116, 118, 174. 

Sarah, 174, 191. 

Susan, 73. 

Thomas, 114, 116, 138. 



Chamberlain, William, 71, 74, 115, 

174. 
Chandler, Dorothy, 112. 

Ezra, 112. 

Hannah, 164. 

Henry, 105. 

Jeremiah, 54. 

John, 52. 

Judith, 52, 57, 106. 

Lucy, 161. 

Moses, 61. 

Nathan, 110. 

Rhoda, 165. 

Ruth, 54, 163. 

Sarah, 162. 

Theodate, 56. 
Chapman, Calvin, 8, 92. 

Daniel, 156. 

David, 156, 158. 

Ebenezer L., 158. 

Edmund, 158. 

Edmund A., 158. 

Elizabeth, 138, 156. 

Elizabeth P., 158. 

Emily, 158. 

Falkner, 158. 

Francis, 158. 

George W., 158. 

James M., 158. 

John F., 158. 

Levi, 137. 

Lucy L., 158. 

Mary, 158. 

Mary L. B., 1.58. 

Nathan L., 158. 

Nathaniel B., 158. 

Paul, 138. 

Rebecca, 154. 

Sarah, 157. 

Sarah E., 6. 

Smith, 137. 

Solomon, 61. 

Susan, 158. 

Susanna, 137, 154. 

Thomas, 154. 
Chase, Abigail, .57. 

Abner, 95, 96. 

Abraham, 95. 

Albert, 191. 

Am., 190. 

Amasa, 182. 

Amos, 95, 96. 

Andrew, 190. 

Andrew J., 192. 

Barzillai, 191. 

Benjamin, 95, 191. 

Bradford, 95. 

Caleb, 57, 58. 

Calvin, 96. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Chase, Caroline A., 40. 
Carr, 26, 94. 

Charles, 30, 94, 96, 190, 191. 
Charles E., 191. 
Clara S., 191. 
Consider, 191. 
Daniel, 95. 
David, 95, 191, 192. 
Deborah, 1.59. 
Ebenezer, 191. 
Edith E., 191. 
Elisha, 95, 191. 
Elizabeth, 30, 95. 
Emma, 48. 
Enoch, 26, 30, 95. 
Enoch W., 40. 
Ensign, 95. 
Esek, 190. 
Eugene, 192. 
Ezra, 95. 
Frances, 95. 
George, 191, 192. 
George N., 191. 
Hannah, 52. 
Hannah M., 191. 
Heman, 192. 
Henry, 95. 
Henry S., 191. 
Henry V., 182. 
Humphrey, 95. 
Isaac, 47. 
Isadore, 192. 
James, 192. 
James M., 191. 
James W., 191. 
Jeremiah, 34, 48, 191. 
Jeremiah S., 56. 
Jessie, 191. 
Joanna, 192. 
John, 47, 95, 192. 
John G., 191. 
John N., 190. 
Jonathan, 192. 
Joseph, 48, 95, 191, 192. 
Joshua, 95. 
Katherine, 191. 
Lena, 192. 
Margaret, 192, 
Martha, 191. 
Mary, 57. 
Moses, 48, 95, 96. 
Nancy, 26. 
Oliver, 191. 
Paine W., 96, 
Pamelia, 192. 
Parker, 95. 
Paul, 26, 
Phebe M,, 182. 
Rebecca, 95. 



Chase, Roger, 191. 

Russell, 191, 

Russell C, 191. 

Ruth, 55. 

Samuel, 26, 48. 

Sarah, 95, 130, 

Simeon, 95, 96, 

Simon, 47. 

Stephen, 47, 95, 112, 191. 

Thomas, 95. 

Trueworthy, 48. 

Walter W., 191. 

William, 47, 191. 
Cheever, Amos, 109. 
Chellis, Timothy, 167. 
Cheney, Daniel, 32. 

Mrs., 32. 

Nathaniel, 32, 
Chesley, Abigail, 173, 

Elizabeth, 171, 

Isaac B,, 175. 

Jacob, 175. 

James, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 
176. 

Mary, 171. 

Nathaniel, 137. 

Richard F., 172. 

Samuel, 160. 

Sarah, 174. 

Thomas, 171. 
Cheswell, S. W., 59. 
Chickering, Alpheus, 165. 
Choate, Ann, 27. 

Benjamin, 31, 

Jonathan, 27, 

Robert, 104. 
Critchet, Mary, 62. 
Churchill, Ichabod, 138. 

J. W., 16. 

Joseph, 140, 

Lydia, 138. 

Mary, 137. 

Susanna, 61. 
Cilley, Abigail, 32. 

Benjamin, 29, 142. 

Elizabeth A., 160. 

Jonathan S., 6. 

Samuel, 29. 

William, 32. 
Clarage, Winthrop H., 160. 
Clark, Anna, 55. 

Benjamin, 33, 

Caleb, 59. 

Elisha, 103. 

Elizabeth, 59. 

Elizabeth M., 176, 

Enoch M., 35. 

Hannah, 138. 

Jacob, 36, 



INDEX OF NAIVIES. 



201 



Clark, John, 27, 57. 

Joseph, 176. 

Mahew, 27. 

Mary, 34, 37, 59, 169. 

Nancy, 107. 

Paul, 55. 

Prudence, 118. 

Robert, 159. 

Samuel F., 167. 

Solomon, 65, 118. 

Susanna, 59. 

Thomas A., 34. 

Thomas J., 159. 
Clay, David T., 93. 
Cleasby, Isaac W., 163. 

John, 56. 

Mary, 167. 

Ruth, 168. 

Sarah, 56. 164, 167. 

Tabitha, 57. 

William, 58. 
Clemens, Mr., 29. 

Phineas, 29. 
Clement, Ebenezer, 72. 

Elizabeth, 72. 

Hannah, 72. 

Job, 72. 

Joseph W., 167. 

Sarah, 56. 
Clemlus, Miss, 191. 
Clendining, Mary, 166. 
Clifford, Isaac, 29. 

Jeremiah, 32. 

Joseph, 29, 32, 185, 

Mehitable, 27. 

William, 27. 
Clough, Abel, 165. 

Abigail, 163. 

Ann, 30. 

Benjamin, 32. 

Cornelius, 32. 

David, 169. 

Elisha, 26, 30, 51. 

Jabez, 28. 

Joseph, 51. 

Levi, 164. 

Love, 30. 

Martha, 26. 

Mary, 29. 

Obadiah, 29. 

Reuben, 30. 

Richard, 51. 

Sarah, 104, 106. 

Susanna, 138. 
Cobb, Rebecca, 190. 
Cochrane, Levi, 38. 
Coe, Curtis, 156, 159. 
Coffin, Andrew, 3. 

Charles N., 7, 92. 



Coffin, Dorothy, 133. 

Enoch, 10. 

John, 133. 

Mary, 1. 

Moses, 107. 

Nathaniel, 10. 

Peter, 98. 

Sarah, 10, 164. 

Susanna, 3. 
Colby, Abiah, 169. 

Abraham, 112. 

Benjamin, 112. 

Clarissa D., 170. 

Eleanor, 106. 

Elizabeth, 162. 

Ephraim, 108, 161. 

Hannah, 31, 51. 

John T. G., 38. 

Judith, 95, 166. 

Moses, 163. 

Mr., 58. 

Nancy, 110, 111. 

Ruth, 95, 109. 

Sarah T., 165. 

Susanna, 166. 

Timothy, 111. 
Colcord, Abigail S., 133. 

Andrew C, 133. 

Elizabeth A., 133. 

Hannah, 30. 

Jeremiah, 136. 

John, 133, 136. 

John C, 133. 

Mary C, 133. 

Peter, 61. 

Samuel, 30. 

Sarah, 136. 

Trustram, 133. 
Cole, Nathan, 164. 
Coleman, Anne, 68. 

James, 73, 159, 160. 

John, 75. 

Joseph, 72. 

Mary, 178. 

Phineas, 178. 

Thomas, 69. 
Collins, Moses N., 93. 
Colomy, Elizabeth, 36. 

Mary A., 185. 
Connor, James, 166. 

Mary, 52. 

Morgan, 137. 
Cook, Abiel, 72. 

Abigail, 69, 113. 

Abraham, 71, 72, 

Bethena, 72. 

Daniel, 154. 

John, 145, 146. 

Jonathan D., 71. 



202 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Cook, Joseph, 69, 78, 115. 
Kezia, 115. 
Lydia T., 127. 
Mercy, 70. 
Nathaniel, 74. 
Peter, 71, 72, 113, 145. 
Phebe, 71. 
Rebecca, 145. 
William, 115. 
Cooley, Daniel, 62. 
Copp, Anna, 70. 
Benjamin, 65. 
David, 66. 
Esther, 66. 
Jonathan, 35. 
Mary, 69. 
Moses, 69. 
Roger, 171. 
Samuel, 68, 171. 
Corey, Sarah, 51. 
Corliss, James, 106. 
John M., 105. 
Samuel, 56. 
Corney, Ann, 43. 
John, 43, 45. 
Mary, 43, 45. 
Cornwallis, Gen., 13. 
Corson, Abigail, 72. 
Anne, 115. 
Benjamin, 116. 
Daniel, 34. 
David, 174, 175. 
Ebenezer, 113. 
Elizabeth, 72. 
Ephraim, 33. 
Ichabod, 72, 115, 116. 
Joseph, 116. 
Joshua, 74. 
Kezia, 72. 
Lavinia, 38. 
Louisa, 37. 
Martha, 38. 
Relief, 34. 
Timothy, 174. 
William, 174. 
Cowell, Isaac, 37. 
Covv^rey, Alice, 111. 
Cram, David, 138. 
Hannah, 1.36. 
James, 139. 
Mary, 139. 
Sarah, 137. 
Crandal, Phineas, 156. 
Crantield, Gov., 144. 
Crockett, Anne, 79. 
Benjamin, 79. 
John, 61. 
Crosby, Dr., 4. 
Cross, Gilman, 7. 



Cross, Lewis, 37. 

Lucy, 35. 

Noah, 71. 
Cullum, David, 80. 

John, 80. 
Cummings, Elisha, 137. 
Currier, Caleb, 165. 

Elizabeth, 106. 

Esther, 110. 

Jedediah, 163. 

Joanna, 162. 

Martha L., 168. 

Mehitable, 53. 

Miriam, 163. 

Mrs., 45. 

Rebecca, 107. 

Samuel, 112. 

Sarah, 45, 112. 

Susanna, 54. 

Thomas, 45. 

William, 35, 111. 
Curtis, George, 138. 

Jonathan, 170. 
Gushing, James, 26. 

Jonathan, 102, 103. 

Mr., 72, 103. 
Cutter, Ammi R., 42, 44, 77. 

Hannah, 42, 44, 77. 

Jacob, 42. 

Nathaniel, 44. 

Sarah A., 77. 
Cutts, Anna, 42, 44, 76, 77. 

Camden, 77. 

George, 42. 

Priscilla, 44. 

Samuel, 42, 44, 76, 77. 

Sidney, 76. 
Dalling, Elizabeth, 44, 79. 

Joseph R., 79. 

Samuel, 44. 

Thomas, 44, 79. 
Dalton, Elizabeth, 62. 

George, 93. 
Dam, see Dame. 
Dame, Abigail, 175. 

Abner, 71, 114, 115, 116, 119. 

Deborah, 73. 

Dorothy, 119, 176. 

Elizabeth, 114, 115, 121,146. 

Elma M., 121. 

Elnathan, 69, 73. 

Hannah, 23, 122. 

Hannah O., 121. 

Jabez, 34. 

Jean, 69. 

Jonathan, 71, 120, 121, 184. 

Joseph, 37, 66, 114, 119, 120. 

Mary, 34, 66, 75, 115, 121. 

Mercy, 116. 





INDEX OF NAMES. 


203 


Dame, Moses, 72, 93, 178. 


Dawley, Hiram W., 37. 




Mr., 115, 117. 


Day, P. B., 15. 




Owen, 121. 


Wealthy, 122. 




Paul, 117, 119. 


Deale, Aaron, 140. 




Pomfret, 146, 147. 


Deane, Asahel S., 16. 




Richard, 121, 184. 


Virginia, 16. 




Samuel, 147. 


Deaney, Joseph, 135. 




Sarah, 69, 73, 119, U" 


\ 175. Dearborn, John, 6, 154. 




Silas, 119, 175, 176. 


John C, 35. 




Temperance, 138. 


Ruth, 139. 




William, 121. 


Dee, Harrison, 190. 




Dane, John, 165. 


Deering, Elizabeth, 68. 




Danford, Sarah, 49. 


Mary, 65. 




William, 49. 


Delano, Bridget, 47. 




Danforth, Isaac, 169. 


Demeritt, Jacob I., 37. 




Rufus, 170. 


Mehitable, 160. 




Daniels, Earl D., 93. 


Moses O., 63. 




Sarah, 156, 


Dennett, Ephraim, 45, 79. 




Darling, Abigail, 142. 


Jeremiah, 45, 46, 79. 




Arnold, 190. 


Lydia, 45. 




Carlos, 190. 


Mrs., 45, 46. 


^ 


Daniel, 190. 


Phebe, 45. 




Franklin, 190. 


Susanna, 46, 79. 




George W., 143. 


Dennis, Abigail, 90. 




Hannah, 190. 


Amos, 20. 




Huldah, 190. 


George, 77. 




Isaac, 190. 


Hannah, 20. 




John, 142, 143, 190. 


Jeremiah, 77. 




Joseph, 190. 


Joseph v., 180. 




Josiah, 190. 


Samuel, 180. 




Judith, 142. 


William W., 180. 




Lydia, 190. 


Dewey, H. P., 16. 




Mary, 142, 143, 190. 


Dickey, Hannah, 107. 




Mary S., 190. 


Diman, see Dimond. 




Naomi, 142. 


Dimond, Dorothy, 53. 




Onesiphorus, 141. 


Elizabeth, 169. 




Phebe, 142. 


Ephraim, 26. 




Philip, 143. 


Jacob, 170. 




Robert, 190. 


Isaac, 105. 




Stephen, 142, 164. 


Israel, 26, 55. 




Timothy, 163. 


Mary, 163, 166. 




William, 190. 


Miriam, 168. 




Davis, Dorcas, 107. 


Sarah, 161. 




Eleazer, 166. 


Dobbin, John, 52. 




Hannah, 167. 


Dodge, Eliza, 93. 




Jacob, 174. 


Thomas, 154. 




James, 98. 


Doe, Andrew, 138. 




John, 27, 31. 


Elizabeth, 1.38. 




Jonathan, 159. 


Francis, 62. 




Judith, 27, 111. 


George G.,151. 




Mary, 57. 


John, 139. 




Mercy, 173. 


Joseph R., 151, 154. 




Nancy, 166. 


Mary, 61, 137, 140. 




Phineas, 31. 


Nancy, 139. 




Ruth, 161. 


Reuben, 61. 




Samuel, 27, 50. 


Sarah, 151. 




, Sarah, 112, 164. 


Wiggin, 137. 




Thomas, 70. 


Doeg, George, 80. 




Timothy, 173, 174. 


Mary, 80. 





204 



INDEX OF KAMES. 



Dole, Ruth, 139. 

Sarah, 10. 
Door, see Do re. 
Dore, Anna, 74. 

Benjamin, 114. 

Elizabeth, 69. 

Henry, 71. 

James, 71. 

Joseph, 73. 

Lydia, 69. 

Margaret, 69. 

Mary, 69, 113. 

Olive, 69. 

Phebe, 73. 

Philip, 69, 71. 

Richard, 69. 

Sarah, 72. 
Dornin, William C, 143. 
Dow, Abby, 93. 

Amasa, 27, 32. 

Chalice, 28. 

Ebenezer, 110. 

Hannah, 17. 

Isaac, 104, 170. 

John, 17, 87, 184. 

Joseph, 57. 

Lydia, 128. 

Mary, 28, 111. 

Meribah, 55. 

Moody, 107. 

Moses, 184. 

Nathaniel, 56. 

Samuel, 32. 

Sarah, 27, 51, 62. 

Sarah G., 183. 

Simon, 138. 

Susan, 37. 

Susan C, 160. 

Timothy, 162. 

Zilpah, 17. 
Downes, Aaron, 116, 119, 147, 148, 
150. 

Abigail, 147, 148, 149 150. 

Anna, 147, 150. 

Charity, 147, 149. 

Daniel, 148, 150. 

Dorcas, 150. 

Dorothy, 150. 

Ebenezer, 146, 147, 148, 149. 

Elizabeth, 67, 119, 145, 147, 
148, 149, 150. 

Esther, 149. 

Frederick G., 38. 

Gershom, 6, 8, 146, 147, 148, 
149. 

Hannah, 35, 119. 

Ichabod, 150. 

Isaac, 150. 

James, 34, 69, 147, 148. 



Downes, James M. W., 38. 

Jane, 149. 

Jedediah, 150. 

John, 119, 146, 147, 149, 150. 

John H., 36. 

Jonathan, 150. 

Joseph, 146. 

Joshua, 149. 

Judith, 148, 149, 150. 

Katharine, 145. 

Levi, 150. 

Love, 147. 

Lucy, 150. 

Lydia, 150. 

Margaret, 119, 148. 

Martha, 146, 148, 149. 

Mary, 145, 146, 147, 173. 

Mercy, 147, 149, 150. 

Moses, 66, 119, 147, 148, 149, 
150, 173. 

Mrs., 116. 

Patience, 147, 149. 

Paul, 119, 146, 149. 

Phebe, 148, 150. 

Phineas, 149, 150. 

Pomfret, 149. 

Rebecca, 145, 146, 149. 

Reuben, 149. 

Richard, 146, 147, 149. 

Samuel, 146, 148, 149, 150. 

Sarah, 146, 147. 

Stephen, 150. 

Susanna, 119. 

Thomas, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 
150. 

Timothy, 150. 

William, 146, 148, 149, 150. 

William E. D., 150. 
Downing, Benjamin, 175. 

Elizabeth, 154. 

Elsie, 157. 

Joshua, 175. 

Samuel, 175. 

Susanna, 178. 
Downs, see Downes. 
Drake, Nancy, 56. 
Drew, Abigail B., 90. 

Anelietta, 25. 

Benjamin, 71, 136. 

Catharine, 177. 

David L., 25. 

Elizabeth, 4. 

Francis, 5. 

Hannah, 71. 

Joanna, 159. 

John, 145. 

Joseph, 4. 

Martha, 72. 

Mary, 65. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



205 



Drew, Phebe, 5. 

Samuel, 68. 

Sarah, 75. 

Thomas, 72. 
Drown, Ebenezer, 68. 

Elizabeth, 66, 

Jonathan, 68. 

Moses, 174. 

Samuel, 66, 68, 174. 

Shem, 67. 

Solomon, 66, 68. 

Stephen, 174. 

Tamson, 174. 
Duda, Elizabeth, 138. 

Joseph, 139. 

Nicholas, 138. 

Susanna, 140. 

Temperance, 138. 

Zebulon, 62. 
Dudley, Abigail, 27. 

Davidson, 30. 

Gov., 4. 

Jeremy, 32. 

Paul, 27. 

Samuel P., 32. 

Sarah E., 93. 

Trueworthy, 30. 
Dudy, see Duda. 
Dummer, Gorham, 107. 
Duncan, Mary, 110. 

Mehitable H., 166. 

Nancy, 112. 
Dunham, Mr., 90, 
Dunklee Abraham, 108. 

Elizabeth, 169. 
Duston, Samuel, 37. 
Duntly, Olle, 109. 
Durgan, Daniel, 136. 

Elijah, 55. 

Francis, 136. 

Gregory, 54. 
Durgin, Charlotte, 6, 62, 154, 171, 

Daniel, 171. 

John H., 162. 

Joseph, 173, 

Josiah, 171, 173, 176. 

Nancy, 105. 

Stephen, 7. 
Dustin, Eliza, 170. 

Sarah, 165. 
Duston, Ebenezer, 67. 
Dyer, Samuel, 137. 
Earl, Gilbert, 184. 
Eastman, Abel, 162. 

Abigail, 53, 112. 

Amanda, 22, 181. 

Asa, 58. 

Benjamin, 27. 

Chandler, 161. 



Eastman, Charles, 105. 

Chester C, 96. 

Clarissa, 167, 

Dorothy, 26, 51. 

Ebenezer, 9, 54. 

Edmund, 58. 

Elizabeth, 53, 107, 109, 163. 

Esther, 112. 

Hannah, 31, 54, 104. 

Henry, 55. 

James, 57, 

Joseph, 29, 31, 165. 

Judith, 54. 

Lucretia, 56. 

Mary, 30, 162. 

Miriam, 170. 

Mrs,, 29. 

Nancy, 106. 

Naomi, 106. 

Persis, 107. 

Peter, 31. 

Phebe, 111. 

Phineas, 110. 

Ruth, 53, 165. 

Samuel, 26, 30. 

Samuel G., 166. 

Sarah, 29, 51, 111, 164. 

Simeon, 58. 

Sophia, 169. 

Timothy, 27, 31, 
Esterbrook, Mary, 161, 
Eaton, Anna, 106, 

Ezekiel, 32. 

Hannah, 104, 

J, M. R., 15. 

James, 32. 

.Jonathan, 27, 

Moses, 57. 

Osgood, 56. 

Ruth, 109. 

Samuel, 104. 

Sarah, 104. 

Susanna, 107. 

Theophilus, 27. 
Eddy, Henrietta, 191. 
Edgerly, Daniel C, 93. 

James H., 40. 

John, 1.38, 154. 

Joshua, 71. 

Mr., 68. 
Edmunds, Benjamin, 163. 
Elkins, Achsa, 24. 

Henry, 31. 

Mary, 181. 

Mr., 24. 

Thomas, 31. 
Elliot, Benjamin, 166. 

Charles, 109. 

David, 109, 



206 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Elliot, Elizabeth, 55, 168. 

Ezra, 167. 

Frederick, 111. 

Hannah, 70. 

James, 106, 162. 

John, 137. 

John F., 170. 

Jonathan, 140. 

Joseph, 105. 

Lydia, 170. 
, Mary, 110. 

Mehitable, 56. 

Naomi, 111. 

Sarah, 56, 57. 
Ellis, Abigail, 68. 

Charles F., 87. 

James, 87. 

James A., 87. 

John, 68. 

Jonathan, 68. 

Joseph S., 33. 

Mary, 67. 

Mr., 114. 

William, 67, 68. 

William R., 87. 
Emerson, Daniel, 160. 

Eleazer, 57. 

Elizabeth, 163. 

Ithamar, 57. 

James, 161. 

John, 167. 

Mary, 52, 108. 

Mehitable, 164. 

Nathaniel, 168. 

Ruth, 55, 167. 

Samuel, 167. 

Sarah, 165. 

Sarah A. D., 7, 8. 
Emery, Abigail, 108. 

Benjamin, 110, 166. 

Caleb, 108. 

Charles, 110. 

Eliphalet, 108. 

Elizabeth, 53. 

Huldah, 47. 

John, 107. 

Lucy, 48. 

Mary, 166. 

Miranda, 38. 

Sarah, 95, 165. 
Estes, Abial, 22. 

Albert, 22. 

Alice, 21. 

Alice N., 125. 

Charles, 22. 

Edwin, 22. 

Edwin T., 22. 

Esther, 21. 

Hannah, 125. 



Estes, Jedediah, 21. 

.John, 21, 22. 

Mary, 91. 

Simon G., 22. 
Esty, Isaac, 164. 

Joshua, 163. 
Evans, Abigail, 50. 

Ann, 99. 

David, 12, .50. 

Edward, 22. 

Elizabeth, 37. 

Hannah, 21. 

Israel, 11, 12, 1.3, 49, 53, .57, 58, 
104. 

Jesse W., 183. 

Mary, 23. 

Mr., 23. 

Oliver, 36. 

Patience, 22. 

Robert, 99. 

Samuel, 12. 

Sarah, 21. 

Sarah F., 183. 

Tappan, 53. 

Thomas H., 183. 

Tobias, 21. 
Everett, Martha, 146. 
Ewer, Dorcas, 136. 

Drusilla, 138. 

Elizabeth, 138. 

Mary, 139. 

Mehitable, 136. 

Mr., 133. 

Nathaniel, 61, 62, 136, 139, 
140, 153. 
Fabyan, Samuel, 178. 
Fairbanks, Miss M. B., 192. 
Falkner, Enoch, 1-54. 
Fall, Susanna, 114. 
Farnham, see Farnum. 
Farnum, Abigail, 176. 

Abner, 161. 

Benjamin, 54. 

Dorcas, 105. 

Dummer, 176. 

Eliza, 102. 

Elizabeth, ,57, 74, 102. 

Ellis, 74. 

Emma, 55. 

Enoch, 107. 

Ephraim, 51. 

Esther, 54. 

Gershom, 114. 

Hannah, .57. 

Hannah C, 168. 

Hepzibah, 104. 

Isaac, 107. 

Jeremiah, 164. 

John, 106, 168. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



207 



Farnum, John, W., 111. 

Joseph, 102. 

Judith, 54, 108. 

Lydia, 168. 

Mary, 74. 

Mehitable, 109. 

Mercy, 114. 

Moses, 55, 163. 

Nancy, 106. 

Naomi, 108. 

Nathaniel, 114. 

Olive, 136, 

Paul, 74, 113. 

Peter C, 108. 

Phebe, 105, 109. 

Ralph, 113. 

Rebecca, 164, 169. 

Sarah, 58, 163, 166. 

Susanna, 107, 108. 

Zebediah, 50, 163. 

Zeruiah, 51. 
Farrington, James, 36. 

Philip, 107. 

Stephen, 49. 
Fasset, Elizabeth, 43. 

Mary, 43. 

William, 43. 
Favour, John, 111. 
Felker, Elias, 6. 
Fellows, Joseph, 28, 31. 

Mary, 31. 

Samuel, 167. 
Fernald, Eunice, 85. 

Humphrey, 78. 

John, 78, 80. 

Katherine, 80. 

Mrs., 78. 

Timothy, 168. 

William, 80. 
Ferrin, Abigail, 170. 

Alice, 165. 

Hannah W., 170. 

Moses, 112, 138. 

Philip, 167. 
Field, Daniel, 99. 

Hannah, 99. 

Zachariah, 99. 
Fifield, Abraham, 28. 

David, 55. 

Ebenezer, 27. 

Elizabeth, 30. 

John, 28, 30. 

Samuel, 27, 30. 

Shuah, 55. 

William, 51. 
Fisk. Anna, 170. 

Daniel, 107, 

Francis N,, 166, 

Nancy, 142. 



Flagg, Ann E., 45. 

Charles A„ 142. 

Gershom, 43, 45, 77, 79. 

James, 142. 

Love, 79, 

Lucy, .38. 

Mary, 77. 

Mrs,, 43, 45, 77, 79. 
Flanders, Asa, 29. 

Charles, 58, 

Ebenezer, 154, 168. 

Elizabeth, 50, 

Ezekiel, 27, 31. 

Hannah, 106. 

Jacob, 104, 142, 

John, 165. 

Martha, 169, 

Mary, 31. 

Mrs., 27. 

Nathan, 109. 

Nathaniel, 27. 

Patience, 52. 

Peter, 112. 

Philip, 107. 

Richard, 51. 

Simon, 29. 

Stephen, 29. 

Tabitha, 50. 
Flay, Ann, 1. 

William, 1. 
Flood, Anna, 49. 

Daniel, .52. 

Nathaniel, 155. 
Floyd, Eunice, 45. 

Mrs., 41, 45. 

Thomas, 41, 45. 
Fogg, Ebenezer, 109. 

Jonathan, 160. 

Lydia, 169. 
Follett, Lydia, 62. 

Mary, 1.38. 
Folsham, see Folsom. 
Folsom, Abigail, 137. 

Abigail N., 83. 

Andrew, 1.38. 

Anna, 1-38. 

Benjamin, 61, 184. 

Capt., 61. 

Dorothy, 46. 

Elizabeth, 45. 

George, 61. 

Hannah, 62. 

Jacob, 1.38. 

James, 61. 

Jean, 1.37, 

John, 29, 184. 

Jonathan, 1.38. 

Joseph, 126. 

Levi, 137. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Folsom, Lewis, 61. 

Martha, 155. 

Mary, 44, 45, 46, 61, 80, 139. 

Nathaniel, 44, 45, 46, 80. 

Peter, 35. 

Samuel, 184. 

Sarah, 80. 

Stephen, 61. 
Ford, Noah, 58. 
Forst, see Foss. 
Foss, Abigail, 173. 

Anna, 54, 67. 

Benjamin, 69, 71, 172, 173, 175. 

Daniel, 37, 66. 

David, 120. 

Elizabeth, 68. 

Ephraim, 69. 

Hannah, 68. 

James, 120. 

Job, 71. 

John, 68, 70, 175. 

Jonathan, 137. 

Joshua, 71. 

Lydia, 71. 

Margaret, 120. 

Mary, 120. 

Moses, 74. 

Oliver, 20. 

Samuel, 113. 

Sarah, 70. 

Sarah A., 20. 

Susanna, 70. 

Rebecca, 73, 172. 

Robinson, 37. 

Thomas, 120. 
Foster, Anna, 53. 

Dorcas, 49. 

Eden B., 15. 

James, 118. 

Joanna, 3. 

John, 118. 

Lucy, 56. 

Nancy, 108. 

Nicholas, 3. 

R., 100, 

Simeon, 106. 

Susanna, 108. 
Fowler, Hannah, 159. 

John C, 169. 

Joseph, 30. 

Judith, 30. 

Philip, 137. 

Samuel, 50. 
Fox, Jane M., 126. 
Foye, Tabitha, 73. 
Freeman, Jonathan W,, 38. 
French, Ann, 28. 

Benjamin, 28, 156. 

Benjamin F., 166. 



French, David, 26, 31. 

Isaac, 56. 

Joanna, 27. 

John, 26. 

Jonathan, 27, 30. 

Joseph Y., 156. 

Judith, 158. 

Mary, 155. 

Mary J., 155. 

Mehitable, 30. 

Nathaniel Y., 156. 

Reuben, 1.38. 

Samuel, 26, 30, 112. 

Sarah, 26, 31. 
Frost, Cooper, 168. 

Elizabeth R., 36. 
Frye, Abigail, 17. 

Ebenezer, 103. 

Edward, 88. 

Gertrude, 88. 

Hannah, 107. 
Fullington, Ezekiel, 92, 93. 

Lydia, 160. 
Fullonton, see Fullington. 
Furber, Abigail, 172, 173. 

Alice C, 38. 

Benjamin, 38, 171, 172, 17.3, 
174, 175. 

Elizabeth, 35, 60, 174, 176. 

Hannah, 172, 

Joel, 174. 

John, 21. 

John F., 172. 

Jonathan, 171. 

Mary, 171. 

Mercy, 21. 

Philip, 163. 

Richard, 173, 174, 175, 176. 

Samuel, 171, 172, 173, 174. 

Samuel E., 171. 

Sarah, 173. 

Theodore, 171. 

William, 97. 
Furnel, Josiah, 169. 
Gage, David, 50. 
Gains, George, 42, 45, 76, 79. 

John, 76. 

Mary, 42, 45, 76, 79. 

Ruth, 45. 

Sarah, 154. 

Theophilus, 79. 
Gale, George W., 159. 

Gilman, 138. 

Judith, 110. 

Ruth, 55. 

Susan, 163. 
Gardner, Eliza, 143. 
Garland, Daniel, 115, 116, 119, 120. 



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Garland, Dudley, 116. 

Ebenezer, 174. 

Ephraim, 174. 

James, 120, 174. 

John, .38, 117, 147, 174. 

Lydia, 115, 147. 

Mary, 7. 

Nathaniel, 116. 

Olive, 71. 

Patience, 174. 

Phebe, 117. 

Rachel, 117. 

Kichard, 74, 120. 

Samuel, 174. 

Susanna, 113. 

Thomas, 116, 117. 
Garvin, James, 52. 

Jesse, 170. 

John, 55. 
Gault, Andrew, 110. 
George, David, 51, 53. 

David B., 165. 

Dorothy, .55, 169. 

Elizabeth, 105. 

Jennie, 56. 

John, 111. 

Mary, 111. 

Sarah, 29. 
Gerrish, Enoch, 106. 

James, 34. 
Gibbs, Heman, 37. 
Gile, Luther, 37. 
Giles, Joseph, 107. 
Gilman, Bradstreet, 152. 

Chase, 160. 

Daniel, 28. 

David, 137. 

Deborah, 138, 139, 156. 

Dorothy, ,32. 

Dudley, 139. 

Ebenezer, 94. 

Edward, 94. 

George, 39. 

Henry, 15.3, 159. 

Israel, 137. 

Jemima, 94. 

John, 28, 32, 94. 

Mary, 28, 62, 158. 

Moses, 97. 

Phebe, 94. 

Phineas, 32. 

Samuel, 61. 

Sarah, 28, 140. 

Stephen, 28. 
Gill, Perney, 170. 

William, 54. 
Glasgo, Richard, 156. 
Glidden, Lydia, 40, 153. 

Mahaloth, 123. 



Glidden, Peter, 119. 

Winthrop, 119. 
Gload, Mary, 166. 
Godfrey, Charles L., 6, 8. 

David, 154. 

James M., 7. 
Godsoe, Elizabeth, 138. 
Gold, Bartholomew, 57. 

Nathan, 56. 
Gooden, see Goodwin. 
Goodwin, Catherine, 137. 

Coleman, 167. 

Daniel, 177. 

Dorothy, 56. 

Elizabeth, 56. 

Hannah, 34, 138, 169. 

Lawrence, 140. 

Martha, 109. 

Mehitable, 39, 137. 

R. J. P., 143. 

Reuben, 108, 150. 

Richard, 146. 

Samuel, 35. 

Sarah, 61, 166. 

Susanna, 162. 

Thomas, 177. 
Gordon, Joseph, 51. 

Lawrence, 139. 

Margaret, 50. 

Mary, 162. 

William, 162. 
Gospeth, Nathaniel S., 77. 
Goss, Nathaniel, 169. 

Winnifred L., 48. 
Gould, Emma, 94. 

Katharine, 95. 

Margery, 100. 

Samuel, 100. 

Tabitha P., 100. 
Gourdon, see Gordon. 
Gove, Abigail, 47, 182. 

Anna, 17. 

Charles, 17. 

David, 17, 184. 

Hannah, 17. 

Hiram, 17. 

Lydia, 23. 

Stephen, 23. 
Grace, Nicholas, 140. 
Graham, Asa, 57. 

Azubah, 166, 167. 

Sarah, 54. 
Grant, Daniel, 42, 46, 80. 

Gen., 129. 

Gen. U. S., 132. 

James, 42. 

John, 80. 

Mrs., 42, 46. 

Samuel, 80. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Grant, Sarah, 46. 
Txraves, Elizabeth, 151. 

Joseph, 151. 

Martha, 136, 139. 

Samuel, 151. 
Gray, James, 67. 

Robert, 176. 
(^reely, Rebecca, 120. 
Ureeii, Abial, 22. 84. 

Daniel, 22. 

David, 21. 

Hannah, 22. 

Jacob, 51. 

Judith, 21. 

Mary, 22, 44, 111, 170. 

Mrs., 44. 

Patience, 22. 

Samuel A., 48, 94, 96. 

Sarah, 22. 

Simon, 22, 184. 

William, 44. 
Greenough, John, 108. 
Greenwood, John, 43. 

Thomas, 43. 
Gregory, Capt., 45, 46, 77. 

Elizabeth, 45. 

Isaac S., 77. . 

John, 78, 80. 

Sarah, 45, 46, 77, 78, 80. 

William, 80. 
Grifteth, Mrs.. 42, 44, 46. 

Nathaniel, 44. 

Nathaniel S., 42, 44, 46. 

Sarah, 42. 

William, 46. 
Griffin, Chase P., 163. 

David, 158. 

Peter, 26. 

Theophilus, 26. 
Grover, Catherine, 156. 

Mary, 156. 
Grow, Ebenezer, 66. 
Gurdy, Jndith, 31. 

Mary, 27. 

Meshech, 27, 31. 
Guppy, Abigail, 44. 

Abigail D., 122. 

Anne, 41, 44. 

Bethiah, 78. 

George, 41. 

George F., 122. 

Hannah E., 122. 

James, 41, 44, 101. 

Jeremy B., 122. 

John, 122, 185. 

John D., 122. 

Joseph J., 122. 

Joshua, 46, 78. 

Joshua D., 122. 



Guppy, Sarah, 46, 78. 

Sarah A., 122. 
(iutteson, John, 57. 
Gwinn, Elizabeth, 3. 
Hackett, Moses, 53.- 

Rebecca E., 6. 
Haines, Abner, 108. 

Nancy, 167. 
Hale, Caioline, 40. 

John, 46. 

Lydia, 46. 

Samuel, 46. 

Sarah, 95. 

William, ;34. 
Hall, Abigail, 146. 

Anna, 55. 

Avery, 115, 116. 

Dorcas, 106. 

Eben, 50. 

Ebenezer, 108. 

Hannah, 50, 116. 

Hatevil, 103. 

James, 110. 

James H., 87. 

John, 146. 

Joseph, 4, 50. 

Lucy, 155. 

Lydia, 110. 

Margaret, 53. 

Mary, 4, 51, 116, 117. 

Mehitable, 116. 

Mrs. A. C, 144, 192. 

Nancy, 163. 

Nathaniel, 56. 

Rebecca, 4. 

Samuel R., 166. 

Sarah, 56, 146, 164, 

Simeon G., 106. 

Stephen, .52. 

Susanna, 105, 

Theodore, 115, 

Thomas B,, 159. 

Timothy, 53, 
Ham, Aaron, 118, 

Abigail, 7.3, 118. 

Abigail R., 36. 

Anna, 45. 

Charlotte, 188. 

Daniel, 46, 147. 

Dorcas, 76. 

Edward, 188. 

Eleazer, 33, 174, 175. 

Elizabeth, 46, 71, 75. 120, 147, 
188 

Elizabeth C, 39. 

Elizabeth H., 120. 

Emily, 40. 

Ephraim, 115, 117, 118, 120, 

Hall, 188. 



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Ham, Hannah, 175. 

J. T. W., 126. 

Jacob, 76. 

James, 42, 115. 

Jeremiah W., 139. 

John, 45, 76, 77, 147, 185, 187, 
188. 

Jonathan, 71. 

Joseph, 120. 

Judith, 43, 46. 

Lydia, 44, 120. 

Martha, 83. 

Martha R., 188. 

Mary, 42, 118, 147. 

Mercy, 188. 

Mrs., 42, 44, 45, 46, 76, 77, 78. 

Paul, 39. 

Robert, 44, 46, 78. 

Ruth, 78. 

Samuel, 42, 44, 45, 76, 77. 78, 
117. 

Sarah, 76, 147, 174, 188. 

Sarah A., 188. 

Thomas, 77, 138. 

Timothy, 42, 45, 76, 78. 

Tobias, 44. 

William, 43, 45, 46, 66, 76, 78. 
120. 
Hamblin, see Hamlin. 
Hamilton, Jonathan, 150. 
Hamlin, Cornelius, 6. 
Hammock, Elizabeth, 66. 

John, 67. 

Thomas, 67. 
Hammond, Eunice, 45. 

Joseph 45. 

Susanna, 45. 
Hannaford, Josiah, 62. 

Mary, 55, 61. 

Ruth, 54. 

Sarah, 139. 
Hanscom, Eliza, M. 

Meshech, 39. 
Hanson, Abigail, 17. 18, 23, 82. 

Ahijah, 128. 

Andrew, 88. 

Angeline, 126. 

Arabella H., 85. 

Caroline, 85. 

Charles M., 126. 

Daniel, 185. 

Daniel J., 126. 

Ellen, 89. 

Enos H., 85. 

Eunice, 85. 

Oilman L., 23. 

Hannah, 17, 126. 

Hannah M., 185. 

Hester A., 39. 



Hanson, Huldah V., 23. 

Isaac, 143. 

James, 39. 

Jedediah, 23. 

.Jedediah V., 125. 

Jeremy, 85. 

Joanna, 37. 

Job v., 23. 

John, 23, 98, 124, 185. 

John J., 88. 

Joseph, 18, 35. 

Joseph M., 18, 22, 181. 

Joshua, 18. 

Julia C, 85. 

Mary, 23. 

Mary D., 36. 

Mary E., 88. 

Mary J., 23, 

Mehitable, 22. 

Meribah, .37. 

Miriam S., 88. 

Moses, 23. 

Ona, 85. 

Reuben, 143. 

Richard, 143. 

Ruth, 24. 

Sarah, 23, 39. 

Sarah A., 89. 

Sarah E., 181. 

Sargent, 88. 

Silas, 143. 

Stephen, 40. 

Stephen M., 85. 

Susan, 35. 

Susanna, 143. 

Thomas, 145. 

Timothy, 83. 

Tobias, 17. 
Hard, Reuben, 115. 

Trustram, 115. 
Harding, Jane, 1. 

Joseph, 1. 
Harden. Henry W., 177. 
Hardy, Love, 136. 

Mary, 65. 

Samuel, 169. 

Sarah, 106, 112. 
Harford, see Hartford. 
Harris, Elizabeth, 101. 

Harriet, 58. 

Lydia, 104. 

Mary, 105. 

Thomas, 100, 101. 
Hart, Abiah B., 37. 

CoUings, 43. 

Daniel, 43, 45, 76, 80. 

Elizabeth, 2. 79. 

Isaac, 2. 

Jeremiah, 45. 



212 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Hart, Joanna, 45. 

John, 41, 80. 

Mary C, 76. 

Mary J., 77. 

Mercy, 43, 45, 77, 79. 

Mrs., 41, 43, 45, 76, 80. 

Oliver, 41. 

Richard, 43, 45, 77, 79. 

Theodore, 43. 
Hartford, Abigail, 35. 

Caroline N., 39. 

Patience, 113. 
Hartwell, David, 159. 
Harty, James, 36. 
Harvey, Daniel, 110, 

John, 76, 161. 

Mrs., 76. 
Hasey, Isaac, 100. 

Mr., 176. 
Hastings, Jedediah, 55, 
Hasty, James, 36. 
Haven, Dr., 80. 

George, 173. 

John, 171. 

Joseph, 33, 118, 119, 120, 171, 

172, 173, 174, 175. 
Lydia, 174. 

Mary, 37, 172, 175. 
Nathaniel, 7, 119, 
Rebecca, 174. 
Ruth, 33. 
Hayes, Abigail, 38. 
Abigail Y., 39. 
Amos M., 75. 

Benjamin, 115, 116, 117, 118. 
Clement, 115. 
Daniel, 119, 172. 
Dea., 35. 
Dudley, 34. 
Elihu, 72. 
Eliza, 39. 

Elizabeth, 67, 69, 114, 118, 172. 
Elizabeth J., 40. 
Ezekiel, 174. 
George, 66. 
Hannah, 35, 68, 173. 
Henry, 120. 
Hezekiah, 72, 120. 
Ichabod, 35, 118, 119, 120, 172, 

173, 174, 175. 
James, 173. 
John, 34, 171, 173. 
John A., 34. 
Joseph, 120, 172. 
Lucinda, 34. 
Margaret, 118. 

Mary, 75, 116, 117, 118, 172, 

175. 
Mehitable, 35. 



Hayes, Moses, 120, 172, 173, 175. 

Paul M., 40. 

Peter, 120. 

Sabra, 33. 

Samuel, 171, 172. 

Sarah, 35. 

Sarah C, 40. 

Stephen, 175. 

Tamson, 118, 172. 

Theodore, 115. 

Wentworth, 75, 115, 117, 118, 
120, 171. 

William K., 171. 
Hazeltine, Anna, 51. 

Elizabeth, 162. 

Hannah, 107. 

Jo^ieph, 55. 

Lucy, 57. 

Richard, 105. 

Ruth, 54. 

Sarah, 51, 106. 

William, 108. 
Head, Isaac, 109. 

James, 49. 

Nathaniel, 52. 

Sarah, 109, 
Headley, Mr., 12. 
Healey, Daniel, 119. 

Samuel, 119. 
Heard, see Hurd. 
Hearsey, see Hersey. 
Heath, Asa, 32. 

Eleanor, 108, 

Elizabeth, 30. 

Hannah, 112. 

Mary, 104. 

Moses, 30, 32, 

Mrs,, 30. 

Sarah, 164. 

Simeon, 108. 
Hemphill, Bartlett, 112. 

Mary, 109. 
Henderson, Lydia, 126. 

Mary A., 159. 

Mehitable, 35. 
Herbert, Mary, 161. 

Persis, 169. 

Richard, 50, 106. 

Sarah, 55, 170. 
Herrick, Ami, 138. 

Amy, 153. 

Lydia, 112. 

Mary, 107, 

Nancy, 162, 
Hersey, Edveard, 156, 

John, 31. 

Mahala, 159. 

Mary, 31. 

Peter, 137, 139, 154. 



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Hersey, William, 139. 
Hill, Abner, 183. 

Albert C, 91, 183. 

Amos S., 155. 

Appbia, 154. 

Benjamin, 155. 

Comfort, 91. 

Daniel, 78, 134, 151, 154, 156. 

Deborah, 155. 

Elisha, 43, 45, 77, 78, 79, 80. 

Elizabeth, 79, 80, 86, 134, 151, 
155 157 

Eunice,' 78, 79, 80, 154. 

Frederick E., 183. 

George H., 151. 

Hannah, 140, 155. 

Henry, 151. 

James, 78*, 79, 80, 150, 154, 155. 

Jane, 45. 

Jeremiah, 78. 

John B., 134, 151, 155. 

Joseph H., 155. 

Martha, 155. 

Mary, 78, 80, 154. 

Mary B., 151. 

Mehitable, 155. 

Mehitable S., 151. 

Mrs., 43, 45, 77, 79. 

Nancy, 5, 134. 

Nathaniel R., 151. 

Olive F., 134. 

Olive R., 155. 

Phebe, 95. 

Robert, 137. 

Samuel, 43, 78. 

Sarah, 91, 154, 155. 

Sarah A., 151. 

Sarah A. K., 182. 

Sarah P., 93. 

William, 112, 155. 
Hills, Mary J., 92. 

Ruth, 47. 
Hilton, Abigail, 61, 140. 

Andrew S., 138. 

Anna, 137. 

Capt., 60. 

Comfort, 62, 138. 

Deborah, 138. 

Dorothy S., 64. 

Edward, 139. 

Eleanor, 138. 

Elizabeth, 140. 

Elizabeth F., 61. 

George K., 64. 

Ichabod, 60. 

John P., 138. 

Joseph, 152. 

Josiab, 62. 



Hilton, Love, 60, 62. 

Martha, 60, 139. 

Martha A., 61. 

Mary, 137, 152. 

Mary J., 61, 

Nathaniel, 152. 

Richard, 152, 173. 

Sarah, 137, 140, 152. 

Sarah S., 61. 

Susanna, 60. 

Temperance, 173. 

Theodore, 160. 

William, 152, 

Winthrop, 60, 140. 

Winthrop E., 64. 

Winthrop S., 61, 64. 
Hoag, Abigail, 21. 

Huldah, 19. 

Lindley M,, 19. 

Moses J., 21, 

Nancy, 112. 
Hobbs, Benjamin, 140. 
Hodgdon, Abigail, 116. 

Abner, 119, 120, 173, 174, 175. 

Alexander, 115, 116, 118, 119, 
120, 171. 

Ann, 99. 

Dorcas, 74, 

Eleazer, 74, 115, 175. 

Elizabeth, 174. 

Hannah, 67, 117. 

James S., 117. 

John, 120. 

Jonathan, 117, 119. 

Joseph, 119. 

Lois, 68, 

Lydia, 101, 

Mary, 69, 117, 175. 

Moses, 119. 

Mr., 101. 

Nathaniel, 171. 

Pamelia, 35, 

Patience, 89. 

Relief, 175. 

Sarah, 120, 

Theodore, 118. 
Hodge, James, 140. 

John, 139, 140. 

Mary, 140, 
Hodsdon, see Hodgdon. 
Hoit, see Hoyt, 
Holland, Samuel, 43. 
Holmes, Charlotte, 37. 

Ephraim, 120. 

Kezia, 120, 
Holt, Jedediah, 109, 

Nathan, 53. 

Nicholas, 54. 

Peter, 158. 



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INDEX OP NAMES. 



Honey, Delia H., 143, 190. 
Hook, Dyer, 30. 

Hannah, 31. 

Humphrey, 28, 31. 

Israel, 30. 

Jacob, 28, 29. 

Phineas, 29. 
Hooker, John, 41. 

Jonathan, 41. 

Mrs., 41. 
Hooper, Elizabeth, 42, 46. 

John, 42, 46. 

Samuel, 42. 

Theodore, 46. 
Hopkins, Jerusha, 61. 
Hopkinson, Lydia A., 37. 
Home, Abigail, 174. 

Abra, 120. 

Amos, 119. 

Andrew, 147. 

Benjamin, 174. 

Camelia, 38. 

Charity, 118. 

Charlotte, 176. 

Daniel, 73, 173. 

David, 171. 

Ebenezer, 70. 

Edmund, 116. 

Eleanor, 119. 

Elijah, 114, 174, 176. 

Elizabeth, 176. 

Esther, 118. 

Gershom, 36. 

Henry S., 39. 

Jacob, 117. 

James, 118, 119, 171. 

Jethro, 72. 

Jonathan, 75. 

Joshua, 173. 

Margaret, 118. 

Mary, 68, 176. 

Mercy, 114, 115, 116, 117. 174. 

Nathan, 66. 

Nathaniel, 174. 

Noah, 38. 

Paul, 69. 

Peter, 114, 115, 116, 117, 120, 
173. 

Phebe, 71. 

Rachel, 120. 

Rebecca, 115. 

Rebecca P., 37. 

Richard, 120. 

Samuel, 119. 

Samuel H., 114. 

Sarah, 71. 

Thomas, 176. 

William, 70, 72, 73, 114, 118. 
Horseman, William, 70. 



Houghton, Lucinda, 164. 

Nahum, 51. 

Sarah, 105, 165. 
Houston, Isaac, 55. 

Sarah, 55. 
Howard, Amos, 147. 

Esther, 69. 

Hannah, 172. 

James, 172. 

Richard, 67. 
Howe, Dr., 84. 

Elizabeth, 162. 

George, 175. 

Hall J., 176. 

James, 174, 175, 176. 

Lucy, 174. 

Phineas, 104. 
Hoyt, Aaron, 17. 

Abigail, 170. 

Benjamin, 118, 120, 171, 172. 

Benjamin F., 7. 

Christian, 45. 

Daniel, 40. 

Eliza C, 160. 

Elizabeth, 76. 

Enoch, 38. 

Ezekiel, 122, 185. 

Ezra, 58, 170. 

George, 172. 

Grace, 140. 

Henry F., 7. 

Israel, 35. 

James, 45, 76, 110. 

Jedediah, 58. 

Joanna, 107. 

John, 107. 

John D., 35. 

Lydia, 120. 

Mary, 58, 171. 

Mehitable, 163. 

Mr., 117, 118. 

Mrs., 45, 76. 

Naomi, 161. 

Phineas, 39. 

Ruth, 104. 

Sarah, 17, 118, 164. 

Sarah A., 160. 

Solomon, 17, 184. 

Susanna, 53. 

Tabitha, 122. 

Temperance, 117. 

William, 161, 162. 
Hubbard, Capt., 32. 

Jedediah, 32. 

Richard, 139. 
Hunnaford, see Hannaford. 
Huntoon, Benjamin, 28. 

Charles, 29, 32. 

Elizabeth, 32. 



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215 



Huntoon, John, 29, 31. 

Mary, 29, 31. 

Nathaniel, 29, 155. 

Philip, 28. 

Samuel, 28, 29, 32. 

Sarah, 29. 

Thomas P., 28. 
Huntress, Abigail, 178. 

Christopher, 178. 

Deborah, 178. 

Elizabeth, 178. 

George, 177, 178. 

Hannah, 178. 

Hepworth, 178. 

John, 178. 

Jonathan, 178. 

Joseph, 178. 

Mary, 177, 178. 

Paul, 178. 

Samuel, 178. 

Solomon, 137, 178. 

Tamson, 178. 

William, 178. 
Hurd, Abednego, 73. 

Abigail, 114, 116. 

Ann M., 38. 

Benjamin, 67, 147. 

Dorothy, 116. 

Elizabeth, 119. 

Enoch P., 175. 

Hannah, 67, 114. 

Jane, 69. 

Jean, 74. 

John, 70, 72, 114. 

Joseph, 65, 113, 116, 117. 

Lucy, 35. 

Lydia, 33, 117. 

Mary, 147. 

Meshech, 72. 

Nathaniel, 174, 175, 187. 

Olive, 116. 

Paul, 73. 

Phebe, 35. 

Rebecca, 68, 114. 

Reuben, 70, 72, 116, 117. 

Sarah, 114, 119, 174. 

Shadrach, 70. 

Stephen, 117. 

Trustram, 72, 114, 115, 116. 
119, 145. 
Huse, Sarah, 32. 

Thomas, 32. 
Hussey, Abigail, 99, 103. 

Anna, 85, 100, 101. 

Benjamin, 99, 101. 
Daniel, 87, 101. 
Eleanor, 99. 
Elijah, 39, 87. 



Hussey, Elizabeth, 24, 47, 87, 99, 
100, 101, 102. 

Elizabeth A., 36. 

Hannah, 24, 47, 99, 100, 101. 
102. 

Hubert de, 97. 

Huldah, 34. 

Jane, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 
103. 

Job, 98, 99, 100. 

John, 100. 

Joseph, 87, 98, 99, 101, 103. 

Lydia, 101. 

Margaret, 99. 

Margery, 100. 

Mary, 24, 47, 99, 100, 101, 103. 

Mary J., 23, 87. 

Mercy, 103. 

Moses, 87. 

Olive, 38. 

Paul, 85, 87, 103. 

Phebe, 101. 

Priscilla, 87. 

Reuben, 99, 100. 

Richard, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 
102, 103. 

Robert, 99, 100, 101. 

Ruth, 87. 

Samuel, 101. 

Sarah, 87, 101. 

Sir Hugh, 97. 

Stephen, 103. 

Susanna, 101. 

Timothy, 24, 47, 87, 103. 

William, 23, 99, 103. 
Hutcheson, Ebenezer, 28. 

Elizabeth, 28. 
Hutchins, Abigail, 56. 

Catherine, 170. 

Charles, 165. 

Dorothy, 169. 

Hezekiah, 55. 

Nathaniel, 50. 

Sarah G., 164. 
Hutchinson, Ebenezer, 165. 

Levi, 161. 
Ings, Ann, 1. 

William, 1. 
Jack, John, 140. 
Jackman, David, 111. 

Jonathan, 109. 
Jackson, Esther, 43, 45, 77. 

Richard, 43, 45, 77. 

Robert, 136. 

Stephen, 34. 

Supply, 43. 

William, 38, 77. 
Jacobs, Deborah S., 185. 
Jaffrey, Mr., 41. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



James, John, 28. 

Mercy, 28. 
Jaqueth, Daniel, 57. 
Jellerson, Benjamin, 33. 
Jenkins, Abbie J., 182. 

Abigail, 21. 

Adeline E., 90, 91, 182. 

Amos, 21. 

Arabella A., 182. 

Asa A., 81. 

Caroline, 25. 

Charles E., 90, 91, 182, 183. 

Content, 81. 

David, 81. 

Dorothy, 119, 128. 

Ebenezer, 119. 

Edward V., 183. 

Edwin L., 182. 

Ellen A., 182. 

Emma, 182. 

Elijah 90, 122. 

Elizabeth, 21, 25. 

Ephraim, 25. 

Hannah J., 25, 

Henry A., 90. 

Henry E., 183. 

Ira T., 86, 183. 

Jeremiah, 122. 

John, 119. 

Jonathan, 25, 89. 

Joseph, 21. 

Joseph A., 81. 

Lois, 88. 

Lydia, 182. 

Lydia A., 91. 

Mary, 25, 81. 

Mary A., 25. 

Mary E., 182. 

Mrs., 41. 

Nathaniel, 81, 86, 172. 

Nicholas, 91. 

Patience, 173. 

Phebe, 80. 

Renold, 98. 

Richard, 41, 80. 

Sarah, 21, 25, 119. 

Sarah A., 81. 

Stephen, 119, 172, 173, 182. 

Timothy, 21, 81. 

Walter, 122. 

William, 81. 

William A., 182. 

William J., 90. 

William P., 183. 
Jenness, Abigail, 73. 

Aron, 69. 

Charles, 33. 

Cornelius, 119. 

Cyrus, 180. 



Jenness, Cyrus L., 180. 

Daniel, 19, 37, 66, 185. 

Daniel F,, 180. 

David, 73. 

Elisha, 116. 

Elizabeth, 113. 

Ellen F., 180. 

Ellen K. V., 180. 

George I., 180. 

Hall J., 160. 

Hannah, 65, 67, 71. 

Isaac, 36, 172. 

Jemima, 65. 

John, 66, 67, 119. 

Jonathan, 73, 114, 116. 

Keturah, 113, 

Kezia, 19. 

Lydia, 21, 73. 

Mar'h,? 71. 

Mark, 65, 75. 

Mary, 69, 140. 

Moses, 68. 

Mr., 113. 

Mrs., 113. 

Nathaniel, 21. 

Paul, 113, 172. 

Patience, 119. 

Phena, 71, 

Samuel, 116. 

Sarah, 67, 114. 

Sarah F„ 180. 

Stephen, 36. 

William, 65, 111, 116, 117. 
Jennys, see Jenness. 
Jewett, Martha, 137. 

W. R., 15. 
Johnson, Alexander, 139, 

Ebenezer, 110. 

Elizabeth, 65. 

George W., 6. 

Hannah, 95. 

Joanna, 104. 

Jonathan, 52. 

Mary, 33, 156. 

Noah, 159. 

Otis, 39. 

Parker, 156. 

Phebe, 166. 

Rhoda, 166. 

Sarah, 65. 

William, 179. 
Johonet, William, 165. 
Jones, Abby M., 123. 

Abigail M., 83. 

Abner, 90. 

Amos, 24, 127. 

Anna, 24, 25. 

Anna J., 24. 

Benjamin H., 81, 123, 



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Jones, Charles, 88. 

Charles A., 127. 

Daniel W., 127. 

Ephraim, 29. 

Ezra, 29. 

Fanny, 108. 

George H., 90. 

George N., 123. 

George W., 127. 

Hannah B., 24. 

Hannah J., 24. 

James, 24, 185. 

James A., 24. 

James E., 127. 

James L., 90. 

Jane, 118. 

John, 29. 

John G., 127. 

Joseph, 104, 118. 

Levi, 38. 

Lucy T., 123. 

Miriam, 29. 

Mrs., 29. 

Nathan, 29, 30. 

Nicholas, 81, 83, 185. 

Phebe, 90. 

Eichard, 24, 185. 

Kichard H., 24. 

Ruth, 24. 

Samuel, 118, 150. 

Sarah H., 88. 

Susanna, 25. 

William, 24. 
Joy, Jacob, 136. 
Judkins, Caleb, 29. 

Elisha, 26. 

Hannah, 190. 

Joel, 29, 31. 

John, 26, 29. 

Joseph, 27. 

Josiah, 30. 

Martha, 26. 

Philip, 30. 

Rebecca, 28. 

Zechariah, 26, 28, 31. 
Keith, Henry C, 82. 

Mercy, 37. 
Kelley, Abigail M., 181. 

Alfred, 18. 
• Alfred D., 181. 

John, 159. 

Mary A., 181. 

Mary F., 64. 

Samuel, 64, 160. 

Susan, 159. 

Susan A., 181. 

Susanna, 181. 

William A., 181. 

William P., 181. 



Kenney, see Canney. 
Kennison, see Kenniston. 
Kenniston, Abraham, 62. 

Anna, 140. 

Catherine, 168. 

Hannah, 137. 

John, 80. 

Judith, 1,38. 

Margaret, 80. 

Mrs., 27, 46. 

Nancy, 61. 

Peter, 46, 80. 

Reuben, 27. 

Richard, 27. 

Sarah, 46, 159. 
Kent, William, 170. 
Kendall, Henry, 167. 

Lucy R., 170. 
Kezer, Lemuel, 54. 
Kielle, James, 102. 
Kilgore, Trueworthy, 106. 
Kimball, Apphia, 166. 

Benjamin, 53. 

Caroline, 40. 

Charlotte B., 23. 

David, 58. 

Ellen C, 23, 180. 

Elizabeth, 107, 119, 162. 

Ephraim, 119, 120, 171, 173, 174. 

Ezekiel, 106. 

Jane, 107. 

Jesse, 171. 

Lydia, 162. 

Mahala, 169. 

Mary, 55, 58, 105, 111, 120. 

Mehitable, 57. 

Moses, 52, 126. 

Mr., 23. 

Nancy, 56. 

Nehemiah, 175. 

Philip, 49. 

Reuben, 56. 

Richard M., 167. 

Ruth, 106. 

Samuel, 173. 

Sarah, 52, 55, 58, 105. 

Simeon, 105. 

8usanna, 56. 

William, 108, 170. 
Kingman, John. 172. 

William, 172. 
Kinsman, Ephraim, 51. 
Knight, Abraham, 65. 

Ana L., 62. 

Benjamin, 139. 

Daniel, 104. 

Elizabeth, 65, 69. 

George, 41. 

Hatevil, 35, 115, 176. 



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Knight, Henry, 62. 

John, 65. 

Joseph, 115, 176. 

Joshua, 68. 

Kezia, 66. 

Lois, 171. 

Mary, 41. 

Richard, 65. 

Robert, 66. 

Rose, 173. 

Samuel, 41. 

William, 171, 173. 
Knowles, Abigail, 109. 

Comfort, 113. 

Daniel, 119, 175. 

Ephraim, 175. 

Experience, 114, 117. 

Hannah, 119, 162. 

Isaac L., 119. 

James, 117, 175. 

Jemima, 119. 

John, 73, 175. 

Mary, 74, 119. 

Rebecca, 175. 

Sarah, 111. 

William, 175. 
Ivnowlton, Samuel, 161. 
Knox, Mary, 105, 163. 

Sarah, 52, 110. 
Ladd, Benjamin, 30. 

Elizabeth, 40. 

John, 27, 32. 

Jonathan, 26. 

Kezia, 53. 

Mehitable, 29. 

Nathaniel, 27, 30. 

True worthy, 26, 29, 32. 
Laington, Joanna, 37. 
Lake, Robert, 167. 
Lambert, Mary, 50. 

Sarah, 50. 
Lamos, Abigail, 19. 

Anna, 18. 

Ephraim, 18. 

Hannah, 18. 

James, 18. 

Jesse, 18. 

Kezia, 18. 

Mary, 18. 

Moses, 18. 

Sarah, 18. 
Lamson, Albert H., 48. 
Lane, Edmund, 102, 103. 

Jane, 102. 

John H., 102, 103. 

Martha, 92. 

Mary, 123. 
Lang, Jewett S., 166. 

Meshech, 109. 



Lang, Priscilla C, 159. 

Samuel W., 162. 

Stephen, 169. 
Langdon, Amelia, 45. 

Dorothy W., 77. 

Elizabeth, 43, 78, 80. 

John, 78, 80. 

Mary A., 43. 

Samuel, 41, 43, 76. 

Sarah, 43, 45, 46, 77. 

Woodbury, 43, 45, 46, 77. 
Langley, Elihu, 42, 80. 

Hannah, 42. 

Harriet, 6. 

Mary, 154. 

Mrs., 42. 

Sarah, 80. 
Langmaid, Elsie, 112. 
Langton, Mercy, 37. 
Larey, Olive, 62. 
Lasco, Richard, 137. 
Lathrop, Thaddeus, 109. 
Law, Hannah, 78. 

Joseph, 78. 

Mrs., 78. 
Lawrence, Eliza, 160. 
Lawton, Ida M., 192. 
Layn, see Lane. 
Layton, see Leighton. 
Leach, Daniel, 45. 

Mehitable, 45. 

Mrs., 45. 
Lear, Alexander, 42. 

Eleanor M., 77. 

Elizabeth, 42, 44, 77, 79. 

Paul, 44. 

Richard L., 79. 

Samuel, 42, 44, 77, 79. 
Leathers, John, 152. 
Leavitt, Edmund, 56. 

Nathaniel K., 7, 92. 
Leighton, Anna, 74, 117. 

Anna A., 127. 

Daniel, 127, 176, 182. 

David, 74, 115, 117, 118, 124. 

Dorothy, 74. 

Elijah, 176. 

Elizabeth, 115. 

Emily, 25. 

George, 25. 

Hannah, 113, 127. 

Jacob, 114. 

James, 127. 

John, 66, 75, 113, 182. 

Jonathan, 184. 

Lydia, 67. 

Moses, 118. 

Paul, 94. 

Phebe, 94. 



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Leighton, Samuel, 114. 

Sarah, 67, 113. 

Susanna, 66. 

Thomas, 103. 

William, 115, 176. 

William S., 182. 
Lewis, Ebenezer, 45. 

Hannah, 45. 

John, 108. 

Lydia, 78. 

Stephen, 104. 

William, 78. 
Libbey, Elizabeth, 119, 

Isaac, 39, 72, 119. 

John, 116. 

Mary, 116, 119. 

Mary R., 7. 

Paul, 116. 

Sarah, 72. 
Liford, Love, 138. 
Light, Ebenezer, 77. 

Hannah, 77. 

Hannah B., 77. 
Lincoln, Zilpah, 17. 
Little, Arthur, 16. 

Benjamin, 169. 

Mary, 43. 

Sarah, 43, 45. 

Stephen, 43, 45. 
Locke, Alfred, 39. 

Anna, 23, 123, 124, 

Charles C, 180. 

Charlotte B., 23. 

Clara J., 93. 

Edward, 23, 70, 185. 

Edward F., 180. 

Eleanor, 119. 

Elizabeth, 23, 172. 

Ellen C, 23. 

Enoch, 92. 

Hannah, 51, 66. 

Ivory, 23. 

James, 23, 180. 

John, 54. 

Louisa, 23. 

Lydia, 23. 

Mary, 23, 36, 72. 

Prudence, 113. 

Sarah W., 23, 126. 

Susanna, 65, 68. 

Temperance K., 119. 

William, 120, 172. 
Lockhart, Burton W., 16. 
Long, Abigail, 100. 

Alexander, 52. 

Ebenezer, 29, 31. 

Maria, 31. 

Mary, 29. 

Mrs., 29. 



Longfellow, Mary, 138. 
Lord, Benjamin, 150. 

Ebenezer, 135. 

Edward D., 170. 

Elizabeth, 135. 

Francis B., 135. 

Gershom, 185. 

Jeremiah, 38. 

John B., 135. 

Lucy, 135, 140, 

Martha, 146. 

Mary, 135, 146, 158. 

Mary L., 154. 

Nathan, 146. 

Nathaniel, 135. 

Phebe, 150. 

Susan, 36, 158, 

Susanna, 135, 

William W., 37. 
Loud, Abigail, 44. 

Sarah, 44, 77, 80. 

Solomon, 44, 77, 80. 
Lovejoy, Chandler, 167. 

Ebenezer, 166. 

John, 53. 

Mary, 167. 

Miriam, 58. 

Phebe, 51. 

Sarah, 109. 

Warren, 164. 
Lowe, Abigail, 43. 

Joseph, 43, 169. 

Mrs., 43. 
Lowell, Daniel, 185. 
Lufkin, Edward, 28, .30. 

Hannah, 28. 

John, 30. 

Mrs., 28. 
Lunt, Daniel, 42. 

Miss, 95. 

Mrs., 95, 

Stephen G,, 42, 
Lusthers, John, 152, 
Luthers, John, 152. 
Mackelroy, John, 146. 

Martha, 146. 
Main, Abigail, 68. 

Amos, 65, 113. 

Elizabeth, 69. 

Hannah, 66. 

Lydia, 65. 

Lydia W., 34. 

Mercy, 69. 

Meribah A,, 40. 

Susan, 39. 
Mann, Elizabeth, 80. 

Emily, 163. 

Hannah, 77. 

John, 42. 



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INDEX OF NAMliS. 



Mann, Mark, 80. 

Mehitable, 44. 

Mrs., 42, 44, 77, 78. 

Patience, 44. 

Peter, 42, 44, 77, 78, 80. 

Thomas, 78. 
Mansfield, Mr., 80. 
Manuel, Sarah, 52. 

Susanna, 57. 
March, Eliza W., 36. 

Emily J., 38. 

Hannah, 35. 

John, 30. 

Jonas C, 34. 

Maria, 30. 

Sarah, 95. 

Sarah A., 38. 
Marden, Abraham W., 63. 

Benjamin, 112. 

Charles F,, 48. 

Daniel, 109. 

Hinkson, 172. 

James, 172. 

John, 70, 172. 

Lois, 172. 

Lydia, 70, 113. 

Simon, 37. 
Marsh, Aaron C, 36. 

John, 154. 

Mr., 80. 
Marstes, Elizabeth, 5. 

John, 5. 

Mary, 5. 
Marston, Comfort, 137. 

Isaac, 62. 

James, 138. 

Jemima, 137. 

John, 62. 

Lydia, 61. 
Martin, Daniel, 105. 

Esther, 56. 

Hannah, 42, 107. 

Isaac, 43. 

John, 43, 44. 

Mary, 161. 

Michael, 178. 

Mrs., 43. 

Peter L., 76. 

Priscilla, 42, 44, 76, 79. 

William, 42, 44, 76, 79. 
Mash, Anna, 137. 
Mason, Abigail, 138. 

Anna, 137. 

Capt., 99. 

Elizabeth, 136. 

Eunice, 59. 

Samuel, 62. 
Masters, Mary, 152. 
Mathos, Lois, 155, 



May, Abigail, 23. 

Hannah O., 121. 

Lillian P., 23. 

Naomi, 127. 
McClarey, Andrew, 166. 
McClintock, Mr., 80. 
McColly, Alexander, 163. 
McCrillis, Anne, 173. 

Daniel, 172. 

Elizabeth, 73, 114, 172. 

Esther, 172. 

Jean, 70. 

John, 35. 

John C, 173. 

Mary, 172. 

Robert, 71, 172, 173. 

Stephen, 172. 
McCrelus, see McCrillis. 
McDaniels, Sarah D., 7, 92. 
McDuffee, Abigail, 39. 

Elizabeth, 38. 

Hannah, 115. 

Jacob, 117. 

James, 115, 117, 120. 

John, 37, 120. 

John F., 38. 

Louisa, 40. 

Mary, 180. 

Mercy, 36. 

Sarah,- 40. 

Susan, 36. 

Thomas I., 36. 

William, 115, 116. 
McDurfee, Elizabeth, 119. 

James, 119. 
McFarland, Asa, 13, 105, 161. 
McFee, Daniel, 65. 

James, 114. 

John, 73. 

Sarah, 75. 

William, 73, 114. 
McGlenen, Edward W., 48. 
McGouch, Sarah, 35. 
Mclntire, Eunice, 80. 

George W., 79. 

John, 42, 65. 

Joseph, 65. 

Katharine, 77. 

Mary, 42, 45, 77, 79, 80. 

Mrs., 45. 

Neil, 42, 45, 77, 79. 

Ruth, 80. 

Thomas, 45. 

William, 80. 
McMillar, Mary B., 52. 
McMurphy, James, 93. 
McNeal, Agnes, 67. 

Daniel, 67, 73. 

Elizabeth, 113. 



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McNeal, Hannah, 71. 

Jean, 67, 68. 

Mary, 69. 
McPherson, Daniel, 27. 

Mary, 27. 
Mead, James, 41, 

Jeremy, 1.55. 

John, 140. 

Joseph, 41, 144. 

Margaret F., 155, 159. 

Mary, 155. 

Mrs., 41. 

Sarah, 137, 

Susanna, 144. 
Meader, Abby V., 124. 

Abigail, 2.3, 36, 125. 

Albert O., 124. 

Amanda, 22. 

Asa, 22. 

Benjamin, 22, 

Benjamin H., 181. 

Caroline, 21, 23. 

Charles, 83. 

Charles H., 181. 

Daniel, 21, 23, 123, 125. 

Deborah V., 36. 

Deliverance, 22. 

Edward E., 85. 

Eli, 21, 125, 127. 

Elizabeth, 23, 122. 

Elizabeth H., 85. 

Eunice V., 83. 

Francis, 122. 

George E., 181. 

Hannah, 17, 2.3. 

Hanson, 22, 125, 

Harriet, 83. 

James, 22, 

Jedediah, 125, 

John, 124, 1.36. 

JohnE., 181. 

John F., 22. 

Jonathan, 22, 125. 

Joseph, 23, 40, 184. 

Judith, 21. 

Julia E., 181. 

Levi, 22, 125, 181. 

Lydia, 89, 182. 

Lydia A., 90. 

Maria, 21. 

Mary, 23. 

Mary G., 155. 

Mehitable, 22, 181. 

Moses, 23. 

Nathaniel, 85, 125. 

Olney T., 124, 125. 

Otis, 83, 125. 

Phebe H., 22, 

Sarah, 22, 122, 126. 



Meader, Sarah F,, 181. 

Sophia, 23. 

Stephen, 22. 

Stephen C, 181. 

Susan L., 22, 85. 

Tobias, 22. 

Valentine E., 181. 

William F., 124. 

Winthrop M., 85. 
Mendum, Hannah, 80. 

John, 45, 78, 80. 

Margaret, 78. 

Mary, 80. 

Nathaniel, 80. 

Phebe, 80. 

Sarah, 80. 

Susanna, 45, 78. 
Merriam, Mr., 117. 
Merrill, Abigail, 5.3. 

Alice, 54. 

Dorcas, 52. 

Francis, 166, 178. 

John, 10. 

Joseph A., 68. 

Mary, 106. 

Nathaniel, 50. 

Samuel, 57. 
Merry, Abigail, 66. 

Benjamin, 66, 70, 71, 74. 

Daniel, 74, 

Hannah, 73. 

John, 71. 

Joseph, 66. 

Mary, 66. 

Moses, 114. 

Samuel, 66. 
Meserve, Andrew, 108. 

Mary E., 160. 

Nathaniel, 164. 
Meservey, see Meserve. 
Messer, Mary B., 63. 

Sarah A. W., 63. 

William, 164. 
Metcalf, Alfred, 156. 
Mighill, Dorothy, 72. 

John, 74. 

Moses, 74. 
Miles, Elizabeth, 156. 

Sarah A., 93. 
Miller, Anne E., 42. 

Benjamin, 42, 44, 76, 78, 80. 

Esther, 80. 

Hannah, 44, 78. 

Isaac, 68. 

Jean, 68. 

John, 44. 

Mary, 78. 

Moses, 76. 

Mrs., 42, 44, 76, 80. 



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Miller, Samuel, 76. 

Sarah, 75. 
Mills, Elizabeth, 174. 

James, 174. 

Jeremy, 174. 

John, 174. 

Mary, 174. 

Samuel, 174. 
Miltimore, Mr., 136. 
Mitchell, Anna, 80. 

Caleb, 80. 

Mrs., 80. 

Sarah, 52. 
Mooney, Daniel M., 39. 

Samuel, 107. 
Moore, Abigail, 151. 

Ann, 151. 

Anna, 52. 

Comfort, 151. 

Eleanor, 151. 

Elsie, 54. 

Ezekiel, 54. 

John, 151. 

Mary, 52. 

Samuel, 109. 
Morey, Caleb, 52. 

Eleanor, 29, 

Joseph, 26. 

Sarah, .32. 

William, 26, 29, 32. 
Morgan, Amos, 169. 

James, 165. 

Jeremiah, 169. 

Jonathan T., 26. 

Martha, 112. 

Paul, 26. 

Timothy, 40. 

Trueworthy, 166. 
Morrill, Abra B., 93. 

Abraham, 98. 

Apphia, 28. 

Elizabeth, 20, 48. 

Ephraim, 20. 

Francis, 166. 

Hannah B., 93. 

Henry, 28, 32. 

John, 27, 32. 

John W., 92, 93. 

Lydia, 18. 

Marcellus, 165. 

Mary, 20, 32. 

Mehitable, 27. 

Miriam, 32. 

Peace, 85. 

Samuel, 57, 107. 

Sarah, 18, 178. 

William, 34. 
Morrison, Abigail, 170. 

John, 174. 



Morrison, Jonathan, 172, 173, 174. 

Samuel, 173. 

Sarah, 156, 172. 
Morse, Abigail, 108. 

Benjamin, 55. 

Daniel, 106. 

Joshua, 105, 168. 

Mary, 95. 

Rachel, 110. 

Ruth, 95. 

Sarah, 106. 
Morten, Bryant, 184. 
Morton, Joanna, 3. 

Nathaniel, 3. 
Moses, Elijah, 166. 

Sylvanus, 51. 
Moulton, Edward A., 49. 

Hannah, 111. 

Henry, 58. 

James, 58, 104. 

Jonathan, 54. 

Mary, 57. 

Samuel P., 6. 

Simeon, 138. 

Stephen, 138. 
Mudge, Miss, 83. 
Mudgett, Richard, 185. 
Murray, Abigail, 138 

Elizabeth, 139. 

Hannah, 137. 

John, 185. 

Lydia, 139. 

Phebe, 137. 
Nason, Abigail, 40. 

Alice, 76, 79. 

Benjamin T., 79. 

John, 76. 

Judith, 36. 

Mr., 76. 

Nathaniel, 79. 

Samuel, 185. 
Neal, Hubarteous, 156. 

Joseph S., 156. 

Mary, 156. 
Negro, Archelaus, 41. 

Boston, 79. 

Nero, 41. 

Pegg, 41. 

Pharaoh, 79. 

Violet, 79. 
Neil, Mary, 156. 

Olive R., 154. 
Nelson, Elizabeth, 77. 

Hannah, 41, 44, 45, 77. 

Joseph, 74. 

Lade, 73. 

Mark, 41, 44, 45, 77, 79. 

Mrs., 79. 

Samuel, 41, 79. 



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Nelson, William, 44. 
Newall, Chauncey, 16o. 
Newhall, Matthew, 93. 
Nichols, Abigail, 17. 

Enoch, 168. 

John, 17. 

Matthew, 166. 

Sarah, 17. 

Thomas, 184. 

William, 58. 
Noble, Comfort P., 76. 

Hannah, 76. 

John, 77. 

John H., 76. 

Mark, 76. 

Mrs., 76, 77. 

Rachel, 76. 

Rebecca, 76. 

Seth, 1.34. 
Norris, Caleb W., 155. 

Caroline F., 93. 

Maria H., 7. 

Samuel, 159. 
Norton, Benjamin, 60. 

Elizabeth, 142. 

Hannah, 60. 

John, 60. 

Mary, 118. 

Mary A., 60. 

Nathaniel C, 60. 

Samuel M., 39. 

Thomas, 60. 
Noyes, Benning, 110. 

Dorcas, 112. 

Fanny, 161. 

Hannah, 167. 

Jane, 108. 

Martha, 109. 

Moses, 52. 

Sarah, 161. 

Stephen, 110. 
Nucld, Hannah, 1.57. 

Stephen, 154. 
Nute, Ivory M., .35. 
Nutter, Abigail, 101, 124, 146. 

Anne, 101. 

Francis, 176. 

Hatevil, 101. 

Henry, 43, 45, 76, 78. 

Jacob, 43, 78. 

John, 76, 124, 176. 

Jonathan W., 124. 

Lavina, 124. 

Margery, 76, 78. 

Mary, 43, 130, 159. 

Mrs., 43, 45. 

Rebecca, 43. 

Sarah, 43. 

Susan, 124, 125. 



Oakes, Henry, 163. 
Odell, Joseph, 54. 
Odihorn, see Odiorne. 
Odiorne, Abigail, 70. 

Avis, 3. 

Daniel, 41. 

Ebenezer, 43. 

Elizabeth, 43. 

Mrs., 41, 43. 

Sarah A., 41. 

William, 3. 
Odlin, John, 55, 105, 112. 
Ordway, Bradshaw, 51. 

Joseph, 32. 

Mehitable, 40. 

Moses, 104. 

Mr., 120, 

Samuel, 32. 
Oryant, George, 112. 
Osband, see Osborne. 
Osben, see Osborne. 
Osborne, Abby M., 180. 

Arthur G., 180. 

Caroline, 20, 121. 

Caroline C, 128. 

Daniel, 20, 121, 128. 

Elijah, 123. 

Elizabeth, 135. 

Esther, 21. 

George A., 180. 

Jacob, 82, 179. 

James L.. 123. 

John E., 180. 

John H., 123. 

Joseph, 137. 

Leah N., 123. 

Marble, 184. 

Mary R.. 121. 

Mercy P., 128. 

Mr., 156. 

William, 121. 

William P., 121. 
Osgood, Benjamin, .50. 

Elias, 105. 

Elizabeth, 154, 170. 

Hannah, 50. 

John, 109. 

Lucy, 166. 

Mary, 168. 

Mary E., 47. 

Reuben, 169. 
Otis, Howland, 40. 

Jane, 101. 

Joyce, 130. 

Mr., 101. 

Phebe, 37. 
Page, Abigail, 75, 117, 175. 

Anna, 171. 

Benjamin, 34, 175. 



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Page, Charles, 6. 

Daniel, 75, 116, 117, 122, 175. 

David C, 172. 

Ebenezer, 28. 

Elizabeth, 28, 31. 

Elizabeth F., 122. 

Ellis, 122. 

Enos H., 122. 

Israel, 18. 

Jeremiah, 167. 

.John, 28, 31. 

John M., 122. 

Joseph, 75, 171, 172, 173. 

Laban, 166. 

Martha H., 173. 

Mary, 20, 57, 142, 143, 171, 190. 

Mehitable A., 165. 

Moses A., 122. 

Nathan C, 121. 

Sarah, 55, 161. 

William, 122. 

William P., 112. 
Palmer, Barnabas, 115, 116, 117, 
175. 

Barnaby, 72. 

Benjamin, 115, 175. 

Brackett, 175. 

Elizabeth, 72. 

John, 165. 

Jonathan, 72. 

Joseph, 116. 

Martha, 175. 

Margaret, 72. 

Mary, 72. 

Mercy, 117. 

Miss, 191. 

Robinson, 175. 

Samuel, 113. 

Susanna, 175. 

William, 113. 
Parcher, George, 43. 

Mrs., 43. 

Samuel, 43. 
Park, Edward, 80. 

Jerusha, 80. 

John, 165. 

Mary, 80. 
Parker, Abigail, 42, 45. 

Anna, 3. 

Elizabeth, 42. 

Hannah, 42. 

John, 46. 

Mrs., 42, 45, 46. 

Peter, 190. 

Robert, 42, 45, 46, 56, 77. 

Ruth, 166. 

Sarah, 42, 77. 

Sophia M., 164. 

Susanna, 77. 



Parker, William, 42. 
Parrott, Capt., 172. 

Deborah, 44, 78. 

Deborah W., 172. 

John, 44, 78. 

Martha B., 172. 

Mehitable, 44. 

William W., 78. 
Parry, Abraham, 63. 

Ebenezer, 63. 

Miss, 63. 
Parshley, John, 178. 
Parsons, Abraham, 137. 

Daniel, 85. 

Josiah, 85, 137. 

Judith, 85. 

Sarah, 139. 
Partridge, Ann, 144. 

William, 144. 
Paul, Amos, 152, 156. 

Andrew M., 152. 

Charles H., 152. 

George M., 152. 

George O., 152. 

James C, 152. 

John M., 152. 

Margery, 152. 

Mary A., 152. 

Nathaniel, 152. 

Nicholas G., 152. 

Samuel, 152. 

Sarah E., 152. 

Temple, 159. 

William M., 152. 
Pearl, Abraham, 73, 114, 116. 

Daniel, 113. 

Ebenezer, 116. 

Eleanor, 116, 

Elizabeth, 67. 

Hannah, 113, 114. 

Ichabod, 72. 

John, 73. 

Joseph, 72. 

Paul, 73. 

Sarah, 72, 113. 
Pearson, Edward N., 48. 
Pease, Joseph, 140. 

Leonard, 93. 

Lydia, 138, 

Samuel, 137. 

Zebulon, 138. 
Peaslee, Amos, 21, 128, 182, 183. 

Caroline, 128, 

Cyrus B., 128. 

Elijah, 182. 

Enoch, 183, 

Henry W,, 183. 

Jonathan, 182. 

Joseph, 184. 



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Peaslee, Lydia, 128. 

Lydia A., 183. 

Maria, 128. 

Mary H., 121, 182. 

Moses G., 182. 

Rhoda, 21. 

Richard, 128. 

Sarah, 128. 
Peavey, Daniel, 74, 171. 

Jacob, 171. 

Mary I., 7. 

Oliver, 171. 

Sarah, 171. 

Sarah C, 132. 

Temperance, 114. 

Thomas, 75. 

William, 74, 75. 
Pecker, Jeremiah, 106. 
Peirce, Benjamin, 98. 

Eliza, 34. 

Mary, 43. 

Peter, 43. 

William, 43. 
Pendergast, Edmund, 139. 

Thomas, 154. 
Pendexter, Edward, 178. 

Elizabeth, 178. 

Frances, 78. 

George, 78. 

Margaret, 178. 

Mary, 78. 
Penny, Henry, 97. 
Perdean, Rebecca, 136. 
Perkins, Benjamin, 139. 

Deborah, 135, 138. 

Elizabeth, 135. 

Ephraim, 39. 

Hannah, 135. 

John, 135, 136. 

Lucinda, 33. 

Martha, 176. 

Mary, 60, 135. 

Mr., 101. 

Robert, 135. 

Sarah, 34, 93, 101, 135, 136. 

Solomon, 173. 

Susanna, 135. 
Perley, Allen, 141. 

Martha, 141. 
Perrin, Susanna, 26. 

Timothy, 26. 
Perrum, Lydia, 52. 
Person, Oliver, 54. 
Persons, Elizabeth H., 139. 
Peterson, Mehitable, 110. 
Pettengill, Abigail, 54. 
Peverly, Benjamin C, 79. 

George, 44. 

Hannah, 41. 



Peverly, James, 46. 

Jeremiah, 43. 

John, 41. 

Joseph, 41. 

Mrs., 41, 43, 44, 46, 79. 

Nathaniel, 41, 43, 44, 46, 79. 
Philbrick, Jeremiah, 28. 

Mehitable, 28. 
Phillips, Catharine, 191. 

Samuel, 10. 
Philpot, John, 147. 
Phinney, Edmund, 5. 
Pickering, Joshua, 61, 110. 

Samuel, 139. 
Pierce, see Peirce. 
Pike, Abby J., 7. 

Benjamin, 78. 

Elizabeth, 46. 

Francis V., 40. 

James, 149. 

John, 98. 

Mercy, 137. 

Mr., 118, 145. 

Nancy, 160. 

Nathaniel, 46, 78. 

Rev. Mr., 134. 

Robert, 98. 

Sarah, 46, 78. 

Solomon, 98. 
Pillsbury, Edmund, 154. 

Hannah, 48. 

Martha H., 154. 
Pinder, Benjamin, 135. 

Nancy, 154. 

Sarah, 154. 
Pinkham, Abigail, 19. 

Alfred, 19. 

Elizabeth, 19. 

Elizabeth A., 82. 

F. L., 192. 

Hannah G., 89. 

Hannah R., 19. 

Jacob B., 20. 

James N., 19. 

Jonathan, 174. 

Jonathan L., 19. 

Joseph, 34. 

Lavina, 19. 

Lydia N., 19. 

Mary A., 175. 

Mary W., 19. 

Nicholas, 19, 82. 

Nicholas K., 82 

Phebe, 19. 

Rebecca, 91. 

Sarah, 82. 

Sarah A., 19. 

Stephen, 174. 

Thomas, 174, 175. 



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Pitkin, Esther, 93. 
Pitman, Anna, 46. 

Benjamin, 144. 

Elizabeth, 144. 

Ezekiel, 42, 44, 46, 77, 79. 

John, 42, 43, 45. 

Joseph, 78, 148. 

Lucy, 45. 

Mary, 42, 43, 46, 77, 79, 144, 148. 

Mrs., 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 77, 78, 
79. 

Nathaniel, 43, 46, 79. 

Olive, 79. 

Sarah, 44. 

Susanna, 144. 

William, 43, 78, 148. 
Place, Abigail, 67, 116, 117. 

Abraham, 69, 113. 

David, 67, 115, 117, 118, 119, 
120, 171, 173. 

Deborah, 73. 

Dorothy, 73, 113. 

Ebenezer, 69, 74, 115, 119. 

Elizabeth, 34, 117, 118, 119, 175. 

Enoch, 35. 

George, 117, 118. 

Hannah, 67, 114. 

Isaac, 173. 

Jacob, 115. 

James, 67, 7.3, 75, 115. 

John, 72, 73, 114, 115, 116, 117, 
173. 

John M., 116, 175. 

Jonathan, 73, 115. 

Joseph, 73. 

Kezia, 75, 118. 

Love, 74. 

Lucy, 72, 115. 

Lydia, 73. 

Martha, 119. 

Mary, 66, 72, 113. 

Mehitable, 118. 

Moses, 74. 

Olive, 118. 

Paul, 116. 

Phebe, 175. 

Richard, 68, 73, 116. 

Samuel, 116. 

Sarah, 73, 89, 119, 171, 175. 

Simon, 120. 

Stephen, 117. 

Susan, 35. 

Susanna, 117. 

Widow, 116. 
Platts, Huldah, 190. 
Plumer, see Plummer. 
Plummer, Abigail, 38. 

Beard, 75. 

Caroline, 39. 



Plummer, Daniel, 185. 

Ebenezer, 117, 139. 

Eliza, 160. 

Elizabeth, 71. 

Ephraim, 115. 

John, 71. 

John J., 6, 7, 8. 

Joseph, 73. 

Lydia, 120. 

Olive. 36. 

Rhoda, 34. 

Samuel, 115, 117, 118, 120. 

Sarah, .35. 

Susan, 120. 

William, 159. 
Poindextre, see Pendexter. 
Popkin, Thomas, 105. 
Porter, John, 141. 

John L., 93. 

Juliet, 141, 142. 

Martha, 141. 

Samuel, 141. 
Potter, Anthony, 54, 56. 

Ephraim, 51. 

Joseph, 56. 

Lydia, 57. 
Pottle, Abigail, 118. 

Jonathan, 118. 
Powell, Charlotte, 168. 

Keyes, 164. 
Powers, Walter, 153. 
Pratt, Leonard, 161. 

Onor, 192. 
Presby, Anna, 107. 

Elizabeth, 32. 

Mrs., 32. 

Paul, 32. 
Prescott, Hannah H., 7, 92. 

John H., 7. 

Mary, 163. 

Mary R., 7. 

Reuben A,, 7. 
Presley, Jane, 192. 
Presson, Nathan, 154. 

Richard, 138. 
Preston, William, 161. 
Price, Simeon, 56. 
Priest, Daniel, 42. 

Mrs., 42. 

Thomas, 42. 
Prince, Elizabeth, 109. 

Joanna, 3. 

Joseph, 3. 

Lydia, 3. 
Proctor, Isaac, 162. 
Pucklinhorn, John, 177. 
Pudney, William, 50. 
Puffer, Thomas, 166. 
Purinton, Abby M., 126. 



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Purinton, Alice R., 91. 

Amos D., 20, 126. 

Daniel, 20, 25. 

Edward J., 91. 

Elisha, 183, 184. 

Huldah, 19. 

Jacob K., 20, 91. 

Mary, 20. 

Mary E., 91. 

Micajah, 20. 

Sarah, 25. 

Sarah A., 91, 183. 

Stephen, 183. 
Putnam, John, 164. 
Putney, Jewett, 54. 

Josiah, 166. 
Quimby, Aaron, 31. 

Eliphalet, 30. 

Fred E., 96, 132. 

Hannah, 31. 

Jacob, 27. 

Jonathan, 30. 

Lucinda A., 7. 

Mary, 30, 51. 

Miriam, 27. 

Mrs., 27, 30. 

Trustram, 30. 
Quinby, see Quimby. 
Quint, Benjamin, 43. 

Joseph, 43. 

Mary, 42, 190. 

Mrs., 42, 43. 

Thomas, 42. 
Ralle, Sebastian, 2. 
Eand, Hannah G., 39. 
Randall, Ann, 36. 

Daniel, 36. 

Idella, 39. 

Jacob, 138. 

Miriam, 34. 

Thomas, 33. 
Rathbone, Mercy P., 121. 
Rawlins, see Rollins. 
Rawson, Warren, 168. 
Raymond, Jeremiah P., 163. 
Rayner, Mr., 145. 
Raynes, Nathaniel, 69. 
Record, Mary, 191. 
Redington, Miss, 90. 
Reed, Elizabeth, 55. 

George H., 16. 

James, 79. 

John, 79. 

Mrs., 16, 79. 
Remick, Mary, 33. 

Sarah, 136. 
Reno, Elias, 28, 32. 

John, 28. 

Joseph, 32. 



Reno, Sarah, 32. 
Richards, Abigail, 72. 

Bartholomew, 74. 

Benjamin, 74. 

David, 69. 

Deborah, 65. 

Jane, 69. 

John, 67, 74, 113. 

Jonathan, 66. 

Joseph, 113. 

Olive, 66. 

Rebecca, 68. 

Salome, 65. 

Samuel, 65, 69. 

Sarah, 65, 67, 68, 75. 

Susanna, 74. 
Richardson, Abigail, 33. 

Dorothy, 33. 

John, 35. 

Phebe, 39. 

Rebecca, 113. 
Ricker, Edward S., 34. 

Esther, 37. 

Ezekiel, 175. 

Nicholas, 175. 

Timothy, 33. 
Ridgeway, Sarah, 104. 
Ring, Mary, 178. 
Ringe, Jane V., 76. 

Jotham, 44, 76. 

Sarah, 44, 76. 

Thomas W., 44. 
Roberson, Aseneah, 138. 

Jonathan, 138. 
Roberts, Aaron, 185. 

Abby E., 124. 

Abigail, 17, 101, 120. 

Abigail C, 38. 

Amasa, 25. 

Amos, 122. 

Andrew J., 126. 

Anelietta, 25. 

Ann W., 39. 

Anna, 84. 

Anna W., 33. 

Anne M., 123, 183. 

Asa, 40. 

Capt., 94. 

Charles, 122, 126. 

Charles W., 84. 

Charlotte G., 83. 

Clarissa, 121. 

Cyrus, 89. 

Daniel W., 84. 

David, 84, 185. 

David S., 81. 

Eliza, 124. 

Eliza A., 126. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Roberts, Elizabeth, 83, 90, 101, 
121, 171, 176. 
Elizabeth J., 121. 
Elizabeth M., 84, 
Emeline, 40. 
Emily, 25. 
Ephraim, 25. 
Eunice, 85. 
Eunice E., 181. 
Eunice V., 89. 
Ezra, 171. 
Francis A. F., 83. 
George, 121. 
George K., 83. 
Hannah, 18, 25, 121, 146. 
Hannah E., 83. 
Hanson, 126. 
Howard M., 127. 
James, 89, 150. 
James H., 37. 
James W., 181. 
Jeremiah, 84, 124. 
Jesse, 123, 126. 

John, 89, 101, 120, 126, 146, 176. 
John C, 81. 
John L., 37. 
John M., 84. 
Jonas, 84. 
Jonathan, 176. 
Jonathan D., 81, 185. 
Joseph, 83, 98, 176. 
Joseph J., 81. 
Levi, 121. 
Lewis, 181. 
Lydia, 81. 
Lydia M., 37. 
Margaret, 120. 
Martha J., 40. 
Mary, 69, 101, 103, 120. 
Mary A., 122. 
Mary C, 127. 
Mary E., 181. 
Mary J., 81. 
Mary P., 36. 
Moses, 17, 75, 89, 99, 171, 172, 

173. 
Nicholas H., 83. 
Olive A., 181. 
Oliver L., 126. 
Olney T., 181. 
Phebe, 142. 
Procinda, 84. 
Rachel, 112. 
Rebecca, 120. 
Ruth E., 123, 126. 
Ruth T., 38. 
Samuel, 147. 
Samuel H., 126. 
Sarah, 36, 68, 173. 



Roberts, Stephen, 99, 121, 122, 182. 

Stephen N., 127. 

Susan L., 122. 

Susanna, 171. 

Susanna C, 84. 

Thomas, 83, 121. 

Thomas E., 122. 

Thomas H., 126. 

Timothy, 66, 75, 120. 

Walter, 83, 181. 
Robertson, Andrew, 111. 

Ismenia, 112. 

Mehitable, 161. 

Nancy, 109, 166. 

Peter, 106. 

Preserved, 169. 

Susan, 108. 
Robie, John, 110. 
Robinson, Almira, 154, 

Anna, 90. 

Elizabeth, 33, 101. 

George, 159. 

Hannah, 90, 103. 

Joel, 90. 

Lydia T., 90. 

Margaret, 58. 

Mary, 90, 101, 103. 

Stephen, 90. 

Timothy, 90, 101, 103, 

William, 90. 
Roger, see Rogers. 
Rogers, Aaron, 183. 

Abigail, 71. 

Caroline, 64. 

Charles, 70, 74. 

Charlotte, 64. 

Daniel, 33. 

Dorothy A., 64. 

Elizabeth, 64, 71, 133, 138. 

Enoch, 104. 

George, 64. 

Hannah, 74. 

James, 73, 115. 

Jean, 71. 

John, 70, 154, 158. 

Margaret, 104. 

Mary, 3, 53, 70, 73, 114, 191. 

Mary A., 64. 

Mary E., 93. 

Nathaniel, 5, 64. 

Olive P., 64, 139. 

Sarah, 17, 64, 71. 

Silas, 183. 

Stephen S., 54. 

William, 113. 
Rolfe, Benjamin, 51. 

Daniel, 50. 

Henry, 162, 

Jane, 110, 



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Rolfe, Mary, 54. 

Nathaniel, 52. 
Rollins, Augustus, 34. 

Benjamin, 173, 174, 175. 

Deborah, 72. 

Edward, 72, 114, 147. 

Elizabeth, 173. 

Esther, 174. 

Hannah, 21. 

Harriet, 93. 

Ichabod, 149. 

James, 148. 

John, 173. 

Lazarus, 68. 

Leah, 74. 

Lorenzo, 21. 

Lydia, 109. 

Mary, 173. 

Moses, 116. 

Mr., 116. 

Nancy, 173. 

Sarah, 116, 173. 

Stephen, 173. 

Susan, 175. 

William W., 36. 
Rooks, Elizabeth, 61. 
Rowe, Martha, 137. 

Simon, 7. 
Rowell, Christopher, 104. 

Elizabeth, 77. 

Fanny, 165. 

John, 46, 58. 

Joseph, 109. 

Mrs., 46, 77, 78. 

Nehemiah, 46, 77, 78. 

Sarah, 78. 
Rundlett, Charles, 184. 

David, 185. 

James, 160. 

John, 184. 
Runnells, Jonathan, 58. 
Russ, John, 10. 
Russell, Achsah, 54. 

Elijah, 57. 

Thomas, 94. 

William, 94. 
Rust, Elizabeth, 51. 

John, 56. 
Salter, Abigail, 80. 

Edward S., 80. 

John, 80. 
Sanborn, Abraham, 27. 

Asa, 160. 

Benjamin, 27. 

Bradbury, 60. 

Daniel, 6, 61. 

David, 29. 

David J., 18. 

David L., 19. 



Sanborn, Dorothy, 27. 

Ebenezer, 53. 

Elizabeth, 29, 32. 

Enos, 27. 

Ezekiel, 93. 

Gulielma, 19. 

Huldah, 28. 

Isaac, 27. 

Jacob, 158. 

James F., 160. 

Jeremiah, 159. 

Jethro, 29, 31, 32. 

Jonathan, 31, 62. 

Joseph, 27, 60, 63. 

Kezia, 18. 

Margaret, 27. 

Mary, 31, 54, 139, 166. 

Mary A., 19. 

Moses, .32. 

Paul, 28. 

Peter, 27. 

Reuben, 32. 

Samuel, 27, 29, 32. 

Sarah, 29. 

Simeon, 27. 

Smith, 93. 

Susan A., 19. 

Susanna, 109. 

Timothy, 29. 

Tristram, 27, 31. 

William, 27, 28, 31. 
Sandborn, see Sanborn. 
Sandeman, Robert, 64. 
Sargent, Aaron, 169. 

Anna, 109. 

Isaac, 169. 

Jemima, 164. 

John, 169. 

Mary, 106. 

Nancy, 163. 

Rufus K,, 160. 

Stephen, 161. 

Thomas, 55. 
Savage, Deborah, 43. 

Josiah, 43. 

Mehitable, 136. 

Mrs., 43. 

W. T., 15. 
Sawyer, Abigail, 181. 

Elizabeth, 20. 

Elizabeth C, 89. 

Jacob, 20. 

John, 20. 

Joseph B., 89. 

Levi, 89. 

Levi N., 89. 

Lydia, 89. 

Lydia E., 89. 

Margaret, 162. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Sawyer, Mary, 190. 

Moses, 127. 

Peter M., 20. 

Sarah A., 20. 

William, 18. 
Scales, James, 57. 

Samuel E., 164. 
Scates, Benjamin, 176. 

Norton, 176. 
Sceva, Joseph, 174. 
Scribner, Benjamin, 184. 

Ebenezer, 32. 

Iddo, 29. 

Samuel, 29, .32. 
Scriggins, Abigail, 140. 

Samuel, 140. 

Susanna, 139. 
Scrivener, see Scribner. 
Scylla, see Cilley. 
Seavey, Abigail, 34, 67. 

Annie K., 144. 

Comfort, 73. 

Eleanor, 46. 

Elizabeth, 73. 

Hannah, 42. 

Ichabod, 34. 

Ithamar, 67, 70, 

Jean, 69. 

John, 42. 

Jonathan T., 39. 

Mark, 42, 44, 46, 77, 79. 

Mark W., 79. 

Mary, 44, 67. 

Mary A. D., 39. 

Mehitable, 77. 

Michael, 42. 

Mr., 114. 

Mrs., 42, 44, 46, 77, 79. 

Samuel, 70. 

Sarah, 127. 

Thomas, 61. 
Secomb, Joseph, 26. 

Richard, 137. 
Sergeant, see Sargent. 
Severance, Anna, 28. 

Dudley, 27. 

Ephraim, 27, 30. 

Joseph, 26, 28. 

Moses, 27. 

Mrs., 26. 

Feter, 30. 
Seward, Abigail, 177. 

Agnes, 177. 

Elizabeth, 178. 

George, 177. 

Hannah, 177. 

Henry, 177. 

John, 177, 178. 

Mary, 177. 



Seward, Samuel, 178. 
Shackford, Eliza A., 34. 

John, 101. 

Samuel, 101, 139. 
Shannon, George W., 41. 

James N., 46. 

Mrs., 41, 46. 

Nathaniel, 41. 

Richard C, 46. 

Sarah A., 34. 
Shapleigh, Reuben, 107. 
Sharpies, John, 78. 

John P., 78. 

Mary, 78. 
Shaw, Anna, 31. 

Benjamin, 26, 31. 

Daniel, 29. 

Follingsby, 26. 

Hannah, 160. 

Ichabod, 29. 

Susan L., 22, 125. 
Sheafe, Mary, 137. 
Shepard, Isaac, 54. 

Samuel, 62, 84, 133, 136. 
Sherburne, Abigail, 43, 77. 

Atrah E., 79. 

Catherine, 80. 

Elizabeth, 43, 77. 

Ephraim, 77. 

Hannah, 46. 

Henry, 43, 46, 77, 80. 

Isaac, 43. 

James, 79, 162. 

John, 41, 43, 44, 46, 77, 79. 

Joseph, 41, 44, 107. 

Lydia, 45. 

Mr., 41. 

Mrs., 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 77, 79. 

Olive, 44. 

Samuel, 41, 43, 45, 77, 79. 

Sarah, 44. 
Sherman, Caleb H., 164. 
Shorey, Stephen, 37. 
Shortridge, Abigail, 41. 

Dorothy F., 77. 

Mrs., 41, 44, 77. 

Richard, 41, 44, 77, 144. 

William, 44. 
Shurtliff, Anna, 165. 
Shute, Andrew B., 156. 

Andrew W., 156. 

Anna, 58. 

Benjamin, 136. 

Elizabeth, 5. 

George, 156. 

Henry, 60. 

Jacob, 50, 55. 

James, 68. 

James G., 156. 



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Shute, John E., 156. 

John W., 156. 

Jonathan, 136. 

Joseph, 137. 

Lydia, 153. 

Mary, 54, 69. 

Michael, 153. 

Nancy, 61, 138. 

Nathaniel, 60. 

Robert, 60. 

Ruth, 167. 

Sarah, 60. 

Walter, 60. 

Welthen, 153. 

William H., 156. 
Sias, Welthen, 154. 
Silloway, see Sulloway. 
Silsby, Ozias, 108. 
Silver, Judith, 167. 
Simes, George, 43. 

Joseph, 43, 45, 76, 79. 

Mark, 76. 

Mary, 79. 

Mrs.. 43, 45, 76, 79. 

William C, 45. 
Simpson, Alexander, 53. 

Benjamin, .54, 109. 

Eliza, 112. 

Nathaniel, 170. 

William, 170. 
Sinclair, Elebath, 59. 

Hannah, .59. 

Jacob, 59. 

James, 59. 

Noah, 59. 

Robert P., 59. 
Sinkler, see Sinclair. 
Slade, Benjamin, 46, 77. 

Hannah, 96. 

Jacob T., 77. 

Mrs., 46. 

Susan, 96. 

Susanna, 46. 
Slater, Mary, 109. 
Sleeper, Anne, 31. 

David, 31. 

Edmund, 31. 

Edvrard, 30. 

Hannah, 105. 

Hezekiah, 30. 

John B., 28. 

Jonas, 30. 

Jonathan, .30. 

Margaret, 30. 

Moses, 30, 110. 

Nathan, 31. 

William, 28, 31. 
Small, John, 94. 

Zachariah, 94. 



Smart, Abigail, 138. 

Anna, 136. 

Benning, 56, 1.38. 

Caleb, 1.57, 164. 

Charles, 157, 158. 

Charlotte, 154. 

Clarissa, 157. 

Ebenezer, 138. 

Elizabeth, 61, 138, 157, 158. 

Francis, 55. 

Giles, 156. 

Love, 138. 

Martha, 157. 

Mary, 1.39. 

Mary A., 157. 

Moulton, 139, 158. 

Nancy, 61. 
, Sarah, 138. 

Susanna, 139. 

William H. B., 158. 
Smith, Abraham, 28, 32. 

Andrew G., 157. 

Anne B., 1.57. 

Anne M., 157. 

Benjamin S., 157. 

Calista L., 157. 

Charles H., 157. 

Charlotte, 62. 

Daniel, 138. 

Deborah, 62. 

Eleanor, 186, 187. 

Eliphalet, 64, 133, 137. 

Elizabeth, 28, 30, 33, 137, 154. 

Elizabeth S., 157. 

George, 46. 

George S., 7, 8. 

Gideon C, 90, 184. 

Hannah, 42, 44, 46. 

Hezekiah, 61. 

Isaac, 30. 

James, 44, 187. 
-John, 6, 7, 27, 42, 44, 92. 

John M., 62, 156. 

Jonathan, 28, 32. 

Joseph B., 64, 1.33. 

Joseph H., .37, 157. 

Joseph M., 157. 

Margaret, 28. 

Maria M., 157. 

Martha, 191. 

Mary, 8, 90. 

Mary A., 1.57. 

Mary G., 160. 

Mary J., 20. 

Moody, 62, 154. 

Mr., 42, 46. 

Nancy V., 160. 

Nathan, 154, 159. 

Olive, 159. 



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DTDEX OF NAMES. 



Smith, Oliver, 27. 

Pearson, 32. 

Rhea S., 157. 

Samuel, 4, 137. 

Sarah A. F., 7. 

Sarah P., 154, 157. 

Warren, 154. 
Snell, Edward, 43, 46, 79. 

John, 184. 

Margery, 46, 79. 

Mary, 47. 

Mrs., 43. 

Nathaniel, 43. 

Samuel, 46. 

T., 24. 

Thomas, 47. 
Solomont, Thomas, 61. 
Souther, Mary, 112. 

Nancy, 164. 
Speed, Abigail, 153, 157. 

Alfred, 153. 

Augustus D., 157. 

Benjamin, 153. 

Elizabeth, 153, 157. 

George W., 157. 

James, 157. 

James N., 157. 

John, 153. 

Margaret A., 157. 

Mary, 136, 152. 

Mary A., 153. 

Robert, 153. 

Susan, 167. 

William, 152, 153. 
Spinney, Alvah, 39. 
Springer, Samuel A., 105. 
Stackpole, Eliza, 37. 

Everett S., 5. 

Martha, 148. 

Otis, 36. 

Philip, 146, 148. 

Sarah, 18. 

Thomas, 18, 185. 
Stanyan, Ann, 143. 

Anthony, 143. 

James, 143. 

John, 143. 

Mary, 143, 144. 

Susanna, 47, 143. 
Starbird, Rebecca, 146. 

Samuel, 145, 146. 
Starbord, see Starbird. 
Steele, William, 109. 
Stephens, see Stevens. 
Stevens, Aaron, 10. 

Abigail, 51. 

Apphia, 137. 

Benjamin, 136. 

David, 55. 



Stevens, Elizabeth, 56. 

Eunice, 63. 

Grace, 111. 

Hale, 160. 

Hannah, 33. 

Jonathan, 55. 

Joseph, 111. 

Judith, 56. 

Lois, 126. 

Lucy, 51. 

Lydia, 61. 

Mabel J., 104. 

Mary, 139. 

Mr., 80. 

Nancy, 139. 

Susanna, 51, 58. 

Thomas, 57. 

William, 84, 137. 
Stewart, William, 109. 
Stickney, David, 55. 

Jennie, 57. 

Jeremiah, 10. 

Judith, 55. 

Miriam, 60. 

Nathan, 168. 
Stiles, Deborah, 102. 

Ezra, 76. 

Jane, 102. 

Samuel, 102, 103. 

Triphena, 66. 

William, 102. 
Stinson, Abner P., 154. 
Stockbridge, Andrew D., 160. 

Henry, 62. 
Stockman, William, 137. 
Stokes, Deborah, 143. 
Stone, Abigail, 96, 100. 

Elias, 100. 

Elizabeth, 100. 

Jotham, 109. 
Stoodley, Jonathan, 177. 
Storey, Hannah, 110. 

Jeremiah, 108. 
Straw, Eleanor, 32. 

John, 28, 31, 32, 52. 

Martha, 31. 

Mary, 161. 

Mrs., 28. 
Sullivan, John, 4, 5. 
SuUoway, Abigail, 30. 

Lydia, 53. 

William, 26, 30. 
Sutton, Judith, 165. 

Michael, 56. 

Sarah, 165. 

Solomon, 56. 
Swaine, Roger, 65. 
Sweat, see Swett. 
Sweet, Moses, 55. 



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Sweetzer, Henry, 162. 
Swett, Benjamin, 5, 31, 142. 

Elisha, 27. 

Hannah, 5. 

John, 5. 

Lieut., 27. 

Moses, 5, 31, 108. 

Sarah, 5, 110. 

Stephen, 5. 
Tabor, Elizabeth, 90. 
Tallant, Joseph, 109. 
Tandy, Abel, 28, 31. 

Anne, 31. 

Mrs., 29. 

Rachel, 28. 

Richard, 29. 

Samuel, 29. 

William, 32. 
Tarlton, Martha M., 152. 

Mercy H., 160, 

Samuel, 61. 
Tash, Sarah, 140. 
Taylor, Comfort, 136. 
Tebbets, see Tibbetts. 
Tenny, Edmund, 106. 

Phebe, 151, 152. 

William, 151. 

William C, 150. 
Tetherly, Mary S., 159. 

Thomas, 156. 

Wethern, 156. 

William, 156. 
Thistle, Mary, 52. 
Thompson, Ann, 99, 

Benjamin, 50. 

Charles W., 82. 

Ebenezer, 184. 

Elizabeth, 23, 161. 

Hannah, 173. 

Isaac, 173. 

James, 55. 

Jane, 61. 

Joseph, 75. 

Lewis, 23. 

Mary, 124. 

Mary N., 7. 

Nancy, 106. 

Noah, 66, 173. 

Olney, 89, 90. 

Sarah, 52, 53, 66, 162. 
Thorndike, John, 55. 

Mary, 165. 
Thorne, Abraham, 31. 

Elizabeth, 26. 

James, 26, 31. 

John, 26, 31, 109. 

John C, 9, 48, 49, 144, 

Phineas, 58, 

Sarah, 26. 



Thornton, Mary, 86. 
Thurston, Benjamin, 176. 

Deborah, 139. 

Ebenezer, 106. 

James, 7, 8, 159. 

John, 140. 

Samuel D., 6. 
Tibbetts, Abigail, 67, 69. 

Anna, 74. 

Benjamin, 67, 68. 

C. W., 8, 48, 96, 144, 189, 192. 

Charity, 67, 172. 

Charles A., 86. 

Daniel, 67, 149. 

Deborah, 72. 

Ebenezer, 67, 70, 119, 120, 172. 

Edmond, 119, 185. 

Edward, 66, 130, 173. 

Elijah H., 36. 

Elizabeth, 40, 100, 101, 129, 146. 

Elizabeth K., 119. 

Hannah, 36. 

Hannah C, 48, 96. 

Henry, 68, 74, 75, 101, 129, 130, 
172, 173. 

Huldah, 55. 

Israel, 68. 

James, 68, 130, 172. 

Jane, 20, 123. 

Jeremiah, 129, 130, 

John, 172. 

Jonathan, 66. 

Joseph, 100, 146. 

Josiah, 68. 

Joyce, 68. 

Lenora, 39. 

Leonard, 35. 

Margery, 100. 

Mary, 75, 119, 130. 

Mary A., 37. 

Mary E., 129. 

Nathaniel, 68, 75. 

Noah, 36, 129, 130, 131, 132. 

Paul, 68, 74. 

Rebecca, 172. 

Samuel, 37, 103, 120. 

Sarah, 68, 75, 172. 

Solomon, 67. 

Stephen, 74. 

Susan, 35. 

Susanna, 172. 

William, 68. 
Tillson, Eunice, 191. 
Tilton, David, 27, 30, 32. 

Henry, 139. 

James P., 7. 

Jemima, 30. 

Lucy C, 6. 

Rachel, 27. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Tilton, Sarah T., 160. 
Tobey, Sobriety, 178. 
Tole, see Towle. 
Tomb, Samuel, 140. 
Toppan, Bezaleel, 10. 

Christopher, 10. 

Sarah, 10. 
Towle, Caleb, 27. 

Jonathan, 104, 167. 

Joshua, 167. 

Levi, 116. 

Maria, 27. 

Mary, 56. 

Sarah, 6, 60. 

Stephen, 116. 

Zipporah, 27. 
Towner, Lucinda, 165. 
Trafton, Penelope, 149. 
Treadwell, Ann, 45. 

Anna E., 64. 

Anne, 76, 77. 

Caroline, 64. 

Charles, 63. 

Elizabeth, 63. 

Frances M., 64. 

Franklin, 64. 

George R., 45. 

Jacob, 45, 76, 77. 

Jacob C, 76. 

Louisa T., 64. 

Lydia, 63, 160. 

Mrs., 41. 

Napoleon B., 64. 

Samuel, 41. 

Sarah, 41. 

Sarah W., 64. 

Thomas D., 63. 

William, 77. 

William C, 64. 

William H. H. M., 64. 
Trickey, Alice, 115. 

Benjamin, 120. 

Deborah, 43. 

Dorothy, 85, 120. 

Hannah, 120. 

John, 43, 45, 115, 120. 

Mary, 45, 71. 

Mr., 74. 

Mrs., 43, 45. 

Rebecca, 72, 120. 

Sarah, 114, 120. 

William, 69, 120. 
Trumbull, Sarah, 168. 
Trussell, Jacob, 107. 
Tuck, Josiah, 62. 
Tucker, Abigail, 175. 

Benjamin, 26, 30, 31, 104. 

Capt., 27. 

Dorothy, 105. 



Tucker, Eben, 28. 

Ebenezer, 26, 168. 

Eliphalet, 54. 

Ezra, 28, 31. 

Hannah, 30. 

Jacob, 123, 185. 

Jonathan, 26. 

Joseph, 119, 120, 172, 173, 175, 
176. 

Josiah, 120. 

Lydia, 173. 

Mary, 27, 31. 

Miriam, 31. 

Phebe, 119. 

Ruth, 123. 

Sarah, 62. 

Tristram, 172. 
Tufts, George F., 96. 
Turner, Bela, 54. 

Louis, 40. 

Lucy, 81. 
Tuttle, Abigail, 85. 

Anna, 85. 

Asa C, 82. 

Benjamin, 137. 

Daniel, 158. 

Deborah, 39. 

Ezra J., 82. 

Jesse C, 162. 

Job N., 33. 

John, 145. 

John G., 92. 

Joseph, 82. 

Joseph E., 82. 

Phebe, 85. 

Rose, 86. 

Stephen, 82. 

Timothy, 85. 

William P., 82, 89. 
Twombly, Allen, 85. 

Benjamin H., 39. 

Eliza W., 36. 

Isaac, 84. 

Isaac H., 84. 

Joanna, 39. 

Mary, 84. 

Nancy, 40. 

Simon G., 85. 

Stephen, 36. 

Tobias, 113. 

William, 127. 
Upham, George B., 110. 

Judith A., 38. 

Mary, 33. 

Thomas C, 33. 
Upton, Jeremiah, 164. 

John, 112. 

Sarah, 58. 
Uran, Jonathan, 56. 



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Varney, Abigail, 21, 23, 87. 
Abigail P., 128. 
Abby M., 126. 
Achsa, 24. 
Adeline, 87. 
Albert, 125. 
Amasa, 91. 

Amos, 21, 23, 24, 123, 124. 
Ann, 87. 

Anna, 21, 23, 24, 25, 89. 
Anna J., 24. 
Anstrus R., 179. 
Asa, 21, 25. 
Beard P., 128, 179. 
Benajah, 91. 
Benjamin, 100, 101. 
Caroline, 21, 87. 
Caroline D., 125, 127. 
Caroline M., 125. 
Charles, 23. 
Charles E., 91, 124. 
Charlotte, 82. 
Cyrus, 24, 91. 
Daniel, 83. 
Deliverance, 22. 
Dillwyn, 25. 
Ebenezer, 38. 
Edward, 125. 
Edwin, 128. 
Eli, 82. 

Eliphalet, 185. 
Eliza, 87. 

Elizabeth, 21, 38, 83, 89, 180. 
Elizabeth M., 179. 
Festus, 20, 125. 
George, 83. 
George D., 25. 
Gulielma, 24. 

Hannah, 19, 20, 23, 89, 125. 
Hannah D., 23. 
Hannah E., 128. 
Hannah J., 24, 179. 
Henry A., 25. 
Huldah, 19, 89. 
Isaac, 82, 183. 
Isaac W., 179. 
Ivory, 21, 24. 
Jacob, 128, 185. 
Job, 89. 

John, 21, 38, 86, 87, 125. 
John F., 25. 
Jonas M., 128. 
Jonathan, 23. 
Joseph, 19. 
Joshua, 87. 
Judith, 19. 
Kezia, 19, 38. 
Lavina, 21, 125. 
Libbeus, 87. 



Varney, Love, 24. 

Love T., 24. 

Lucy, 24. 

Lydia, 21, 35, 83, 184. 

Lydia E., 86, 183. 

Lydia L., 125. 

Lydia N., 180. 

Maria, 21, 126. 

Martha A., 40. 

Mary, 18, 23, 24, 25, 82, 83, 87, 
89, 91, 100, 101, 123, 125. 

Mary A., 38. 

Mary D., 24. 

Mary E., 91, 125. 

Matilda, 82, 83. 

Mercy, 21, 25. 

Miles, 24. 

Mordecai, 128, 179. 

Nathaniel, 183. 

Newell B., 91. 

Noah, 184. 

Obadiah, 25. 

Obed, 21, 23, 125. 

Oliver, 21. 

Othniel, 24, 25. 

Pamelia C, 83. 

Phineas, 37. 

Reuben, 21, 

Rhoda, 21, 128. 

Richard D., 21. 

Richard J., 24, 127. 

Richmond H., 128. 

Samuel, 25. 

Sarah, 25, 87. 

Sarah A., 91. 

Sarah E., 179. 

Sarah M., 125. 

Sarah W., 23. 

Shubael, 87. 

Stephen, 25, 185. 

Susanna, 19. 

Thomas, 19. 

William, 89. 

William H., 91. 

William P., 25. 
Varnum, see Farnum. 
Varnum, Joel, 55. 
Varrill, James, 78. 

John, 78, 79, 

Mary, 78, 79. 

Susanna, 79. 
Veasey, Benjamin, 93. 
Vickery, David, 19. 

Hannah, 22. 

Joshua, 22. 

Mary, 22. 

Sarah A., 19. 
Virgin, Abiel, 170. 

Abigail, 58. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Virgin, Bethiah, 56. 

Charlotte, 169. 

Elizabeth, 110. 

Hannah, 54. 

Hazen, 166. 

Jeremiah, 56. 

Judith, 161. 

Martha, 108. 

Miriam, 108. 

Phebe, 56. 

Sarah, 58. 

Simeon, 112. 
Wadleigh, Benjamin, 27, 

Elizabeth, 111. 

Jonathan, 27. 

Joseph, 29. 

Thomas, 27, 29, 32. 
Wagoner, Mary V., 191. 
Waite, David, 104. 
Walden, see Waldron. 
Waldron, Abigail, 78, 80. 

Abraham, 120, 172. 

Anne, 78. 

Charles, 186. 

Constant, 186. 

Daniel, 187. 

George, 172, 186. 

Jacob, 50, 78, 80. 

Jacob T., 78. 

Richard, 186. 

Sabra, 34. 

Samuel, 186. 

Sarah, 36. 

Tamson, 34. 

Thomas, 80. 

Thomas W., 186, 187. 

William, 186. 
Walker, Abiel, 111. 

Abigail, 51, 67, 187. 

Anna, 50. 

Bridget, 109. 

Bruce, 53. 

Catherine, 50. 

Clarissa, 168. 

Eleanor, 80. 

Elizabeth, 108, 164. 

George, 112. 

Gideon, 45. 

John, 71, 78. 

Joseph, 42, 45, 71, 76, 78, 80, 
148. 

Joseph B., 96. 

Margaret, 148. 

Mark, 187. 

Mary, 50, 76, 110, 178. 

Mrs., 42, 45, 76, 78. 

Robert, 73. 

Ruth, 80. 

Samuel, 105, 163. 



Walker, Seth, 78, 79. 

Temperance, 78, 79. 

Timothy, 10, 11, 49, 50, 52. 

Tobias, 78. 

William, 53, 78. 
Wallingford, Col., 99. 

Jacob, 115. 

John, 147. 

Lydia, 117. 

Mary, 75. 

Peter, 114, 115.. 

Sarah, 38, 114. 

Thomas, 98, 99. 

Widow, 117. 
Wallis, Mrs., 80. 

Samuel, 80. 

William, 80. 
Walton, Jane, 149. 

John, 149. 
Ward, Dorcas, 78. 

Carlton, 111. 

Margery, 78, 80. 

Margery G., 80. 

Nahum, 78, 80. 

Samuel, 62, 136. 
Wardwell, Jeremiah, 107. 
Warner, Agnes, 77. 

David, 77. 

George, 44. 

John, 80. 

Margaret, 42. 

Mary A., 45. 

Mrs., 42, 44, 45, 77, 80. 

Tobias, 42, 44, 45, 77, 80. 
Washington, Gen., 12, 13. 
Waterhouse, Elizabeth, 172. 

George, 36, 120, 172, 

Jeremiah, 40. 
Watson, Benjamin, 154. 

Clarissa, 154, 

Dudley, 137. 

Edward F„ 40, 

Elizabeth, 139, 159. 

Henry, 61, 

Horace P., 39. 

Martha, 154. 

Mary, 137, 154. 

Thomas, 38, 138. 

William P., 92. 
Waymouth, see Weymouth. 
Webber, Daniel, 56. 

Isaiah, 167. 

Sarah, 56. 
Webster, Amos, 109. 

Benjamin, 31. 

Ephraim, 190. 

Hannah, 28, 190. 

Henry S., 47, 103, 192. 

Iddo, 28. 



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237 



Webster, Jonathan P., 163. 

Joseph, 27, 51. 

Joseph S., 30. 

Joshua, 27. 

Rachel, 27. 

Richard, 164. 

Samuel, 27, 30. 

Sarah, 31. 

Susanna, 190. 
Wedgewood, Lot, 137. 

Noah, 1.38. 
Weed, David, 29. 

Jonathan, 29. 
Weeden, Amos C, 88. 
Weeks, Abigail, 104, 

Joanna, 137. 

Jonathan, 34. 

Mary, 164. 

Nancy, 168. 

Leonard, 97. 

Prudence, 138. 

Samuel, 53. 

Susanna, 58. 
Welch, Benjamin, 28. 

David, 26, 44. 

David S., 44. 

Eleanor, 28. 

Elizabeth, 44. 

Emma F., 192. 

Hannah, 32. 

John, 28, 32. 

Jonathan, 26. 

Lucretia, 167. 

Mrs., 28. 

Richard, 162. 

Samuel, 28. 
Wells, Philip, 26. 

Stephen, 26. 
Wendell, Ann E., 88. 

Evart J., 88. 

Isaac, 88, 185. 

Margaret S., 88. 

Mary S., 88. 
Wentworth, Abigail, 67, 176. 

Abigail M., 63. 

Amaziah, 147, 

Anne, 173, 

Benning, 23, 

Daniel, 65, 147, 

David, 173. 

Deborah, 63, 159. 

Dudley, 176. 

Ebenezer, 173. 

Elias, 175. 

Enoch, 147. 

Ephraim, 118, 120, 147, 172, 173. 

Ezekiel, 175. 

Gershom, 69. 

Hannah, 23, 66, 118. 



Wentworth, Hannah C, 63. 

Huldah, 37. 

Ichabod, 176. 

Isaac, 73. 

Jacob, 147. 

John, 50, 115, 118, 175, 176. 

Jonathan, 63, 147, 175, 176. 

Joseph, 176. 

Josiah, 70. 

Judith, 63. 

Kezia, 147. 

Lucy, 176. 

Lydia, 173, 176. 

Mary, 147. 

Matthias, 176. 

Mercy, 118. 

Nancy, 37. 

Patience, 115. 

Richard, 63, 69, 75. 

Richard P., 63. 

Samuel, 147. 

Sarah, 147. 

Spencer, 120. 

Stephen, 34, 71, 118. 

Susan, 39. 

Thomas, 69. 

Thomas J., 63, 

Tobias, 40. 

William, 175. 
West, Deborah, 54. 

Mary, 51. 

Presbury, 37. 

Sarah, 57. 

Susan, 162. 

William, 169. 
Weston, James, 1.54. 
Weymouth, Benjamin, 98, 114. 

John, 114. 

Lydia, 171. 

Moses, 171. 

Washington L., 158. 
Wheatly, Harry, 111. 

Henry, 111. 
Wheeler, Elizabeth, 41, 104. 

James S., 64. 

Kezia, 167. 

Leonard, 64. 

Lydia, 164. 

Mrs., 41, 

Nehemiah, 41. 

Phebe, 167 

Sarah, 106. 

William, 108. 

Zenas, 55. 
Wheelock, John, 12. 
Whicher, Jonathan, 137. 
Whidden, Anne, 79. 

Elizabeth, 41. 

Hannah, 44. 



238 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Whidden, Ichabod, 59. 

Jane, 46. 

Mark, 59. 

Mary, 79. 

Michael, 41, 44, 46, 79. 

Mrs., 41, 44, 46. 

Rachel, 59. 
Whipple, Emeline, 132. 

Emeline F., 132. 

Katharine, 43. 

Orin, 132. 

William, 43. 
White, Daniel, 168. 

John, 165. 

Nancy, 163. 

Susan, 165. 

William, 138. 
Whitehouse, Abigail, 75. 

Charles T., 75. 

David P., 179. 

Elizabeth, 40, 71, 114. 

Esther, 71. 

John, 114. 

Jonathan, 68, 114. 

Joseph, 114, 179. 

Judith, 114. 

Lucy A., 179. 

Martha, 73. 

Nicholas, 35. 

Rebecca, 69. 

Samuel, 67. 

Samuel H., 70. 

Sarah, 22. 

Sarah E., 179. 

Stephen, 67. 

William, 71, 179. 
Whitney, Joseph, 47. 

Leonard, 110. 

Oliver, 162. 
Whittemore, Arthur G., 96. 

Eleanor, 111. 

Mary, 163. 

Richard, 108. 

Ruth, 51. 
Whittier, Anna, 88. 

Edward S., 88. 

Elizabeth, 95, 

Esther J., 88. 

Eunice G., 88. 

Gertrude, 20. 

Henry M., 88. 

Lois E., 88. 

Mary, 90. 

Mary C, 88. 

Moses, 88. 

Obadiah, 88, 183. 

Rebecca A., 88. 

Sarah, 25. 

Sarah E., 88. 



Whittier, William, 88. 
Whittle, John, 110. 
Whittum, Aaron, 176. 

Amos, 176. 
Wiggin, Abigail, 138, 153. 

Amy, 153. 

Andrew, 19, 185. 

Asa, 137. 

Barker, 140. 

Bradstreet, 60. 

Charles, 60, 153. 

Daniel W., 153. 

David, 137. 

Elizabeth, 125, 153, 154. 

George F., 39. 

Henry, 138, 140, 153, 155, 159. 

Judith, 19. 

Lydia, 153. 

Martha, 140. 

Mary, 138. 

Mehitable, 159. 

Michael, 138, 153. 

Nathan B., 159. 

Richard, 19. 

Sarah, 106, 153. 

Sarah A., 93. 

Simon, 153. 

Susanna, 153. 

Welthen, 153. 
Wilkins, Asa, 170. 

Jeanette, 163. 

Sarah, 169. 

Sophia, 165. 
Willard, Samuel, 52. 
Willes, John, 139. 
Willey, Daniel F., 34. 

Isaac, 35. 

Josiah, 119. 

Mr., 119. 

Phineas, 154. 

Sarah, 168. 

Stephen, 119. 

Thomas, 97. 
Williams, Hamden, 160. 

Jacob, 36. 
Willis, Apphia,156. 

John, 156. 

Susan, 156. 
Wilmot, James, 146. 

Rebecca, 146, 147. 

Sarah, 146, 147. 
Wilson, Ann, 191. 

Ebenezer, 138. 

Job, 106. 

John, 56. 

Mary, 55. 

Samuel S., 88. 

Thomas, 165. 
Winborn, Ebenezer, 3. 



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239 



Winborn, Elizabeth, 2, 3. 

Joanna, 3. 

John, 2, 3. 

Lydia, 3. 

Mary, 3. 

Prince, 3. 

Susanna, 1, 2, 3. 

William, 2. 
Winchell, Joseph, 45. 

Mary, 45. 

Mrs,, 45. 

Thomas, 94. 
Wincol, see Winchell. 
Wingate, Daniel, 71. 

Dorothy, 72. 

Edmund, 175. 

Elizabeth, 113. 

Enoch, 73. 

George, 86. 

Hiram, 86. 

James, 86. 

John, 74. 

John C, 39. 

Jonathan, 85. 

Joseph, 114. 

Love, 84. 

Lydia, 86, 175. 

Mary, 71. 

Moses, 86, 116. 

Paine, 135. 

Samuel, 70, 113, 116. 

Sarah, 34, 116. 

Stephen, 175. 

William, 71, 86. 
Winget, see Wingate. 
Winkley, Abiah, 34. 

Benjamin, 160. 

Elizabeth, 173. 

Martha A., 40. 

Mary, 173. 

Samuel, 173. 
Winslow, David, 131. 

Emeline, 132. 

Ephraim, 32. 

Gov., 132. 

Martha, 26. 

Mary E., 93. 

Mehitable, 32. 

Samuel, 26. 

Simon, 93. 
Winthrop, Gov., 4. 
Wise, Mr., 68. 
Witherell, James, 113. 

Thomas, 75. 
Witheren, John, 171. 

Juda,;171. 
Wood, James, 115. 

Mahala, 154. 

Kuth, 169. 



Woodcock, Anna S., 144. 
Woodhouse, Elizabeth, 44. 

George, 42. 

Mr., 44. 

Mrs., 42, 44. 
Woodman, Esther, .37. 

Jeremiah H., 130. 

Joshua, 28, 32. 

Lydia, 55. 

Mary, 32. 

Mary E., 36, 129, 130. 

Sarah, 28, 130. 
Woods, Jonathan, 57. 
Woodward, Ann, 42. 

Joseph W., 76. 

Moses, 42, 76. 

Mrs., 42, 76. 
Worster, Mary, 179. 
Worth, Joseph, 29. 

Lydia, 29. 
Worthen, Apphia, 104. 

David, 106. 

Ezekiel, 53. 

Richard, 164. 

Susanna, 106. 
Wright, Thomas, 40. 
Wrisley, Jewett, 39. 
Wyatt, Eliza, 35. 
Wyman, Mary, 111. 
Tork, Benjamin, 60. 

David, 60. 

Josiah, 33. 

Mary, 60. 

Sarah, 152. 

Thomas, 60. 
Young, Abigail, 69. 

Ann, 72. 

Anna, 66, 72. 

Asenath, 38. 

Dorothy, 26. 

Elizabeth, 72, 75. 

Esther, 74. 

Hannah, 66. 

Hezekiah, 30. 

James, 75. 

Jean, 66. 

Jeremiah, 137. 

Joanna, 30. 

John, 26, 29, 30, 137. 

Jonathan, 26, 30, 66, 72, 74. 

Joseph, 29, 136. 

Kezia, 137. 

Mercy, 113. 

Miriam, 51. 

Moses, 116. 

Mrs., 29. 

Ruth, 26. 

Sarah, 62. 

Stephen F., 34. 



^^^ INDEX OF NAMES. 

Young, Susanna 115. Young, Timothy 74 

Thomas, 72, 74, 113, 115, 116. "lucuy, i^. 



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Volume VI. APRIL, 1909. Number 2. 

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Genealogical Record 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine 



DEVOTED TO THE 

Genealogy, History and Biography of New Hampshire. 

Official Organ of The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 



CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publisher. 

CONTENTS. 

First Cong. Church Records, Concord, N. H., - 49 

Concord Marriages, ._-..- 49 
Newmarket Town Records, 59 

Births, Marriages and Deaths, - - - - 59 

First Cong. Church Records, Rochester, N. H., - 65 

Baptisms, ----..-.65 
North Church Records, Portsmouth, N. H., - 76 

Baptisms, --__..--76 
Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting, 81 

Family Records, - - - - - - -81 

Epping Town Records, 92 

Births, Marriages, Deaths and Intentions of Marriage, 92 

Note and Clipping, 94 

Queries, 94 

Donations, 96 

SMfaacription Price, One Dollar pef aanum, in advcmet. 
Single Numbers, Twenty-five Centi. 

DOVER, N. H. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Record. 

1909 

Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1908, at the post office at 
Dover, N. H., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 



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Volume VI. APRIL, 1909. Number 2. 

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Genealogical Record 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine 



DEVOTED TO THE 

Genealogy, History and Biography ofNew Hampshire. 

Official Organ of The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 



CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publisher. 

■ 'I — — ■ ' '■ ■ I ■ ■ I - ..- ■■ I ■■ I I ..-,■■ I _ — _..,_ I ■ .1 , ■<» 

CONTENTS. 

First Cong. Church Records, Concord, N. H., - 49 

Concord Marriages, ._-__- 49 
Newmarket Town Records, 59 

Births, Marriages and Deaths, - - - - 59 

First Cong. Church Records, Rochester, N. H., - 65 

Baptisms, -.-----.65 
North Church Records, Portsmouth, N. H., - 76 

Baptisms, --------76 

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting, 81 

Family Records, - - - - - - -81 

Epping Town Records, 92 

Births, Marriages, Deaths and Intentions of Marriage, 92 

Note and Clipping, 94 

Queries, 94 

Donations, 96 

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1909 

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Dover, N. H., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 



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Volume VI. JULY, 1909. Number 3. 

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Genealogical Record 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine 



DEVOTED TO THE 

Genealogy, History and Biography of New Hampshire. 

Official Organ of The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 



CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publisher. 

CONTENTS. 

RiCHAKD HUSSEY AND HiS DESCENDANTS, - - 97 

FiEST Cong. Church Records, Concord, N. H., - 104 

Concord Marriages, ------ 104 

First Cong. Church Records, Rochester, N. H., - 113 

Baptisms, - - - - - - - 113 

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting, 121 

Family Records, - - - - - - 121 

In Memoriam, - - - - - - - -129 

Hon. Noah Tebbetts, - - - - - 129 

Newmarket Town Records, - ' - - - - 133 

Births, Marriages and Deaths, - - - - 133 

Book Notices. - - - - - - -- 141 

Queries, 142 

Donations, 144 



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DOVER, N. H. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Record. 

1909 

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Dover, N. H., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 



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PORTSMOUTH 

Historic and Picturesque 

A Volume of Information. 
1902. 

A very complete and accurate compendium of over two hun- 
dred historic places and things, from the earliest settlement, in 
1623. Illustrated with nearly four hundred half-tone engjrav- 
ings from photographs, especially made for this work ; with old 
maps, drawings, etc. One hundred and eighteen pages of his- 
tory ; one hundred and sixteen pages of engravings. Octavo, 
cloth, $1.60, paper, $1.00. 

C. S. GURNEY, _ _ _ Portsmouth, N. H. 



The Old Families of Salisbury 
and Amesbury, Mass. 

Two volumes, contain all the vital records of these two 
towns down to 1700, with some families of adjoining towns and 
of York County, Me.; also some later generations, including many 
in New Hampshire. Send for circular to 

DAVID W. HOYT. pkovidence, r. i. 



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Special attention given to New Hampshire and Maine fam- 
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22 New York Street, Dover, N. H. 

BOOKS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 
Dover Historical. Collections, Vol. I, pp. 305. By Dover 
Historical Society, Dover, N. H. 1894. Price 1)3.00. 
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The Essex Antiquarian 

An Illustrated Quarterly ISasazlne devoted to the Hlstoryi Oenealogry, Biography and 

AntlQUitles of Eseex County, SfasB. Edited by 8IDNE7 PEKLiET, Esq, 

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Bennett, Bishop, Bixby, Black, Blackler, Blanchard, Blaney, Blasdell, Blunt, Boardman, Bod 
well, Bolles, Bond, BowdeD, Bowditch, Bower, Boyce, Boynton, Bradford and Bradley; also 
cemetery inscriptions (1650-1800) In Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Bradford, and 
Gloucester; Quarterly Court Records (1636-1657); old Norfolk County Records (164Q-1679); early 
wills; maps; biographies; and a large amount of original historical and genealogical matter re- 
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To the Orient and Mediterranean 

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the North German Lloyd, from New York, February 5, 1910. 
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Volume VI. OCTOBER, 1909. Number 4. 

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Genealogical Record 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine 



DEVOTED TO THE 

Genealogy, History and Biography of New Hampshire. 

Official Organ of The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 



CHAELES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publishee. 

CONTENTS. 

Thomas Downes, Dover, N. H., and his Descendants, 145 
Newmahket Town Records, ----- 151 

Births, Marriages and Deaths, - - - - 151 
First Cong. Church Records, Concord, N. H., - 161 

Concord Marriages, - - - - - - 161 

First Cong. Church Records, Rochester, N. H., - 171 

Baptisms, - - - - - - - 171 

George Huntress of Portsmouth and Newington, N. 

H., HIS Children and Grandchildren, - 177 
Friends Records, Dover, N..H., Monthly Meeting, 179 

Family Records, _.-__- 179 

Inscriptions from Wai.dron Cemetery, Dover, N. H., 186 
Library of the New Hampshire Genealogical Society 188 

Queries, -- 190 

Donations, - - 192 

Index of Names, - - 193 

Sofcscfiption Price, One Dollar per annum, in advance. 
Single Numbers, Twenty-five Cents. 

DOVER, N. H. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Record. 

1909 

Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1908, at the post office at 
Dover, N. H., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 



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William S.Mathews, Main Street, " " 

William F. Russell, Great Falls Hotel Block, " " 

Leslie P. Snow, Over National Bank, Rochester, " 

Edwaud H. Adams, 3 Market Street, Portsmouth, " 
Page & Baktlett, 11 Pleasant Street, " ♦' 

Calvin Page. John H. Babtlett. 

PORTSMOUTH 

Historic and Pkptueebque 

A Volume or Information. 
1902. 
A very complete and accurate compendium of over two hun- 
dred historic places and things, from the earliest settlement, in 
1623. Illustrated with nearly four hundred half-tone engrav- 
ings from photographs, especially made for this work ; with old 
maps, drawings, etc. One hundred and eighteen pages of his- 
tory ; one hundred and sixteen pages of engravings. Octavo, 
cloth, $1.50, paper, f 1.00. 

C. S. GURNEY, _ _ _ Portsmouth, N. H. 

The Old Families of Salisbury 
and Amesbury, Mass. 

Two volumes, contain all the vital records of these two 
towns down to 1700, with some families of adjoining towns and 
of York County, Me.; also some later generations, including many 
in New Hampshire. Send for circular to 

DAVID W. HOYT, providencb, r. i. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ge:n^ealogical eeseaech. 

Special attention given to New Hampshire and Maine fam- 
ilies. Genealogies traced for membership in Patriotic Societies. 
Complete family histories gleaned and prepared for publication. 
Terms moderate. Address: 

Mrs. H. C. Tibbetts. 

22 New York Street, Dover, N. H. 

BOOKS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 
Dover Historical Collections, Vol. I, pp. 305. By Dover 
Historical Society, Dover, N. H. 1894. Price f 3.00. 
The New Hampshire Genealogical Society have a few 
volumes of the above work, new, which they are willing to sell 
for the price quoted or to exchange for standard genealogical 
works. 

Address, C. W. Tibbetts, 

Financial Agt. N. H. Gen. Society, 

Dover, N. H. 

The Essex Antiquarian 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magrazlne devoted to the Historyi Genealogy, Biography and 

Antiquities of Essex County, Mass. Edited by SIBKET PERIiET, Esq, 

Vol. I. (1897) bound in full blue buckram, $5.00, postpaid. Volumes II— XI bound anl- 

formly with Vol. I, ^li.OO each. Single copies, 50 cents each. 

Numbers can be supplied containing- genealogies of the following; families: Adams, Allen, 
Ames, Andrews, Apoleton, Archer, Atwood, Austin, Averill, Ayer. Babson, Bacon, Badger 
Bagley, Bailey, Baker, Batch, Ballard, Barker, Barnard, Bartlett, Batchelder, Beadle, Becket 
Bennett, Bishop, Bixby. Black, Blackler, Blanchard, Blaney, Blasdell, Blunt, Boardman, Bod 
well, Bolles, Bond, Bowden, Bowditch, Bowen, Boyce, Boynton, Bradford and Bradley; also 
cemetery inscriptions (1650-1800) in Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Bradford, and 
Gloucester; Quarterly Court Records (1656-1657); old Norfolk County Records (1649-1679); early 
wills; maps; biographies; and a large amount of original historical and genealogical matter re- 
lating to the county. VOL. XII BEGAN WITH JANUARY, 1908, ISSUE. 
$1,50 PER ANNUM. 

The Lssex Antiquarian, Salem, Massachusetts. 

Book Printing '" ''" ^'' ^''^^"^"^ ^^ 

SSL^HBH^^B Office of 

foster s ^aily JPemocrat. 

Dover. If. J^. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



Around tie World in Luxurj. 

The Greatest Vacation Trip the World Can 
Afford for a Fraction of the Usual Cost. 

Clark's Cruises Around the World 

NEARLY FOUR MONTHS 

by the superb new Hamburg- American Line S. S. CLEVELAND 
(18,000 tons), built in 1909; equipped with electric elevator, fans 
in all cabins, ventilation a feature; wireless. 



Four 
Cruises 



rrom New York, October 16, 190P 
From San Francisco, February 5, 1910, and 
From New York, October 15, 1910 
From San Francisco February 4, i9ii 



Rates from $650 upward. Entrancingly delightful itineraries, 
all first-class, including hotels, guides, drives, etc. Many new and 
delightful features. Includes Italy, Egypt, India, Ceylon, Burma, 
Java, Borneo, Philippines, China and Japan. 



Clark^s Twelfth Annual Cruise 

To the Orient and Mediterranean. 

by the magnificent twin-screw steamer "Grosser Kurfuerst," of 
the North German Lloyd, from New York, February 5, 1910. 
Rates from $400 upward, including every necessary expense 
strictly first-class. 

A delightful itinerary of seventy -three days, visiting Madeira, 
Spain, Algiers, Athens, Constantinople, twenty-four days in 
Egypt and Palestine, Italy, Riviera, etc. Stop-over in Europe 
allowed. Side trips to the Passion Play at Oberammergau, etc. 
Send for handsome, illustrated descriptive programs and rates. 

FRANK C. CLARK, Times Bunding. New York 



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